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Nicholases of Pennsylvania in the Civil War 1861-1865

Jerry F. Peter

Nicholases of Pennsylvania in the Civil War 1861-1865

by Jerry F. Peter

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Published in [Wilmington? Del .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nichols family.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 100.

    Statementby Jerry F. Peter.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.N5992 1968
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 100 p.
    Number of Pages100
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5599367M
    LC Control Number68005477

    registers of pennsylvania volunteers, Volume thth Regiments, (3 years service and 9 months service, November February ) {series #}. Home State Library of Pennsylvania - Civil War Civil War diaries Reference URL Share. Add tags Comment To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in.

    The Historical Society of Pennsylvania collection of Civil War papers ID Date [bulk] Bulk, Date [inclusive] Extent Linear feet ; 8 boxes, 15 volumes, 4 flat files Author Finding aid prepared by Timothy H. Horning Sponsor. This page lists soldiers named August Sungrist through Isaac Sweeney who served in Pennsylvania infantry units during the Civil War. Index cards for these men are not in NARA microfilm publication M, Index to Compiled Service Records of Volunteer Union Soldiers Who Served in Organizations From the State of Pennsylvania ( rolls) because the cards were never received by NARA. Accordion.

    Rare Civil War Books Rare & Antiquarian Books. Many of our Biblio booksellers offer antique and rare Civil War books that would add great value to your book collection. Some of these books go into great detail about the American Civil War, and some these selections include . Page - And I further declare and make known, that such persons, of suitable condition, will be received into the armed service of the United States to garrison forts, positions, stations, and other places, and to man vessels of all sorts in said service. And upon this act, sincerely believed to be an act of justice, warranted by the Constitution upon military necessity, I invoke the 2/5(2).


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Hitchcock (Gutenberg. Philadelphia in the Civil War Contributor Names Taylor, Frank H. (Frank Hamilton), Philadelphia. Supervisory Committee on Historical Book. Created / Published [Philadelphia] The City, Subject Headings. Civil War Union Brigadier General. Prior to the Civil War, he served in the Army as an officer in the Mexican war and was a conductor on the Pennsylvania Railroad.

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Veteran Volunteers. An address delivered at the unveiling of their monument on Culp's hill, Gettysburg, Pa., Septemby Moses Veale. Pennsylvania -- Militia, Pennsylvania -- History Civil War,United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Harrisburg, B.

Singerly, State Printer Collection cdl; civilwardocuments; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English Volume During the American Civil War, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania played a critical role in the Union, providing a huge supply of military manpower, equipment, and leadership to the Federal state raised oversoldiers for the Federal armies, and served as a major source of artillery guns, small arms, ammunition, armor for the new revolutionary style of ironclad types of.

Inside the city, Camp Curtin was the Civil War equivalent of Fort Bragg or Parris Island. Camp Curtin also served as a supply base and a major hospital depot. During the invasions of andHarrisburg's Camp Curtin was critical in organizing the militia to stop the invaders.

This is a list of Civil War units from Pennsylvania. Note: There are "gaps" in the numbering for the infantry regiments. This is because Pennsylvania numbered all regiments, regardless of branch, in sequence depending on when the regiment was raised. For example, the 6th Cavalry was also numbered the 70th Volunteer Regiment since it was raised.

This category is for Wiki pages about records or history of Pennsylvania, its people, and their involvement in the Civil War (). The format is based on the Family History Library Catalog format, though using only Military rather than Military history or Military records.

Arranged by regiment, rank, and then alphabetically by surname, these registers document Pennsylvania Volunteers who served during the Civil War. Information normally recorded includes the soldier's name, age, rank, regiment and company; the term of his service; and the date, place, and name of the person who mustered in and enrolled him.

History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1. On-Line. The following pages present the Table of Contents for the individual volumes. From the Tables of Contents you can link directly to specific regiments. You can also perform name searches from each page by selecting Simple or Advanced Search at the top of each page.

Several hundred muster rolls and service records for Pennsylvania infantry units, causes of the Civil War, history of Pennsylvania's roll in the Civil War. Lists of National and other cemeteries where Civil War soldiers are interred, and information on how to request replacement tombstones, if needed, Information on the Pennsylvania regiments include Dyer's Compendium entries, complete.

PA Civil War > Bates' "History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, " by Samuel P. Bates This 5 volume series written in is considered the standard reference for Pennylvania's Civil War regimental rosters and histories. This book series has been digitized and.

During the American Civil War (), Pennsylvania played a critical role in the Union, providing a huge supply of military manpower, equipment, and leadership to the Federal government.

The state raised more thansoldiers for the Federal armies, and served as a major source of artillery guns, small arms, ammunition, armor for. Original data: Taylor, Frank H. Philadelphia in the Civil War, Philadelphia: The City, Known as the Pennsylvania Reserves, or simply the Reserves, the division saw action in most of the major battles of the Civil War, including Mechanicsville, New Market Crossroads, Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, the Wilderness, and Spotsylvania Court House/5(3).

Civil War Union Army Surgeon. He served during the Civil War as Surgeon of the 2nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Cavalry. 11th Pa Cav., 2nd Pa. Cav., 10/1/ promoted surgeon, 12/28/ prisoner Occoquan, View Dr William Murray Weidman, USA's genealogy profile; 6/9/ 1/21/ Follow. History Of Pennsylvania Volunteers,Volume 5, Part 1 [Bates, Samuel Penniman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

History Of Pennsylvania Volunteers,Author: Samuel Penniman Bates. Description. Civil War City:Harrisburg, Pennsylvania by William J.

Miller. This book describes the background, training, and leisure time activities of the soldiers, and interaction there between war and society.Photo, Print, Drawing 50th Pennsylvania Infantry, Gettysburg, Pa., July, Dress parade of the 50th Penn. Infantry, Gettysburg, Pa., July, Pennsylvania Civil War Maps - Maps, charts, and atlases depicting battles, troop positions and movements, engagements, and fortifications in Pennsylvania during the Civil War, Civil War links from : U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, - This database contains an index to compiled service records Artillery: 9 regiments;, 1 battalion;, 17 batteries.