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The 223rd Anniversary Battlefield Commemoration of
The Battle of Guilford Courthouse
Greensboro, North Carolina  Saturday, March 13, 2004

To read greetings from Sr. Vice President Joe Harris of the North Carolina Society, and see more selected pictures, click here.  

Click on these thumbnails to see larger images.

Engraving on the monument of Nathaniel Greene. North Carolina signers of the Declaration of Independence, two of whom are buried on the site.

North Carolina signers plaque Charlie Newcomer, Paul Prescott and Revis Butler wait in the visitors center to be called for the march to the monument.

Charles Ramsour, Joe Harris, Sam and Karen Powell. Revis Butler, Glynn Acree and Jack Ferguson of the Georgia Color Guard.

The Georgia Color Guard lines up for a photo in front of the visitors center.

Glynn Acree leads the color guard in the march to the monument.

The Georgia Color Guard proceeds to the monument for ceremonies.

Trice Taylor carries the wreath of the Thomas Jefferson Chapter, Virginia SAR, in the procession.

Andrew Johnson, Virginia, marches with the assembled color guard.

The Guilford Courthouse Fife and Drum Corps provide a cadence for the march.

Jack Coles, West Virginia, and John Dickie, Virginia carry their state wreaths on the march.

Glynn Acree leads the color guard onto the ceremony field.

Bob Bowen carries the wreath of the Col. Fielding Lewis Chapter, Virginia SAR.

Wreath layers wait for their turn.

Plaque honoring Brig. Gen Edward Stevens and his Virginia Militia.

18th century military salute by the Guilford Militia.


Read Joe Harris's greetings

Georgia Color Guard form up below the statue of Nathaniel Greene