Bygones of Monroe:
Union Demonstration At Dundee
On Monday evening last the wide awake people of Dundee held a Union meeting. One of the churches was crowded. A number of speeches were made and a committee appointed to draft resolutions to be presented at an adjourned meeting to be held to tomorrow evening. It is also proposed at the same time to organize an independent military company to be held in reserve for the future services of the Government, if required.
(Monroe Commercial, April 25, 1861, Page 3, Column 1)