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Annual Memorial Service

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Event# 918-473-5572

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Memorial service honoring those who died or were mortally wounded during the engagement at Honey Springs, July 17, 1863. Includes a 30 minute program, rifle salute, cannon salute, taps, followed by annual luncheon and meetings of the Friends of Honey Springs Battlefield. 10:30am.

Annual Memorial Service

Address : Honey Springs Battlefield Checotah OK
Phone : 918-473-5572   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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