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6 edition of Address to the Survivors" association of the 150th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers. found in the catalog.

Address to the Survivors" association of the 150th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteers.

Read at Gettysburg, Sept. 25th, 1896

by Richard Lewis Ashhurst

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Published by Printing house of Allen, Lane & Scott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. Army. Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, 150th (1862-1865)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Brevet-Major R.L. Ashhurst. Printed by order of the Executive Committee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE527.5 150th .A
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17868515M
    LC Control Number18005791

    American Civil War Flags - Confederate soldiers of the Sumter Light Guard of the Regiment Georgia Volunteer Infantry, April Confederate Sumter Light Guards standing at attention, Augusta, Ga. Photographie France Photography Para obtener información, acceda a nuestro sitio government still paying one Civil War pension to woman in Wilkes Co. th Regiment, NY Volunteer Infantry Civil War Newspaper Clippings. AMENIA TIMES. Amenia, Tuesday, May 12, The th Regiment. We are favored with the following extracts from a letter written to a friend in this village, by J. B. COFFIN, of the lh Regt. N. Y. S. V., now encamped near Carrollton, La., dated April 23d.

    [Unidentified Civil War veteran of 95th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment] 1 photograph: gelatin silver print on ribbon badge ; oval sheet 45 x 35 mm, ribbon and pin x 78 mm. | Ribbon badge printed "44th anniversary of the survivors, Ninety Fifth Regiment P.V., Goslins Zouaves, Philadelphia, Oct. 12th, ," shows portrait of unidentified. To honor the First Eastern Shore Maryland Volunteers this monument was erected. I am glad that Providence has spared me, that I can look upon the evidences of my state's gratitude, as now displayed. To us, the survivors of that regiment, it is a thing of beauty and a joy for coming generations.

    I think it would be safe to say that everyone who ever visited the battlefield eventually learned about John Burns, the Gettysburg resident and War of veteran who, despite being over 70 years old, took up arms with the th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment against the oncoming Confederate Army on July 1. Book Title. Alleman, H.C. et al. History of the th regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, familiarly known as the Dauphin County regiment, Authorized by the regimental association and prepared by its committee ().pdf An account of the reception given by the citizens of New York to the survivors of the officers and crews of.


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