Department of New Jersey, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) is a patriotic and educational organization, similar to the Grand Army of the Republic.
It was founded on November 12, 1881 and incorporated by Act of Congress August 20, 1954. New Jersey camps were first organized in 1882.
The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is the legal heir to and representative of the Grand Army of the Republic.
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Serving the Trenton/Lawrenceville Area
Serving Vineland and Cumberland counties
Camp 17 - Major General George Armstrong Custer Camp
Camp 32 - Colonel Elmer E. Ellsworth Camp
Commander: Patrick Spring
Camp 82 - James S. Stratton Camp
The State Camp of New Jersey, serving the entire state. Meets in Hightstown and Cranbury in the central area of the state.
Serving the Northwest Quadrant consisting of the following Counties: Hunterdon, Morris (partial), Passaic (partial), Sussex, and Warren
Copyright 2013-2015 by New Jersey Department SUVCW. Updated August 25, 2015