Pennsylvania in the Civil War

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Infantry Regiments

1st Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Regimental Band
-         Company A   - Bethlehem, Northampton County
-         Company B   - Easton, Northampton County
-         Company C   - Easton, Northampton County
-         Company D   - Easton, Northampton County
-         Company E   - Harrisburg, Dauphin County
-         Company F   - Lancaster, Lancaster County
-         Company G  - Reading, Berks County
-         Company H  - Easton, Northampton County
-         Company I    - Allentown, Lehigh County

-         Company K - Lancaster, Lancaster County

Gibbs, James M. History of the First Battalion Pennsylvania Six Months Volunteers and 187th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Harrisburg, 1905. Benson, Edwin N. History of the First Regiment Infantry, National Guard of Pennsylvania (Compiled from the Official Records, by Edwin N. Benson, R. Dale Benson, Theo. E. Wiedersheim.), Philadelphia: W.H. Dole & Co.'s Print. House, 1880.

1st Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/30th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

2nd Pennsylvania Volunteers
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

2d Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/31st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers
3d Pennsylvania Regiment
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A  -  Hollidaysburg, Blair County
-        Company B  -  Altoona, Blair County
-        Company C  -  Williamsburg, Blair County
-        Company D  -  Tyrone, Blair County
-        Company E  -  Altoona, Blair County
-        Company F  -  Johnstown, Cambria County
-        Company G  -  Johnstown, Cambria County
-        Company H  -  Hollidaysburg, Blair County
-        Company I   -   East Liberty, Allegheny County
-        Company K  -  Johnstown, Cambria County

3d Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/32d Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

3rd United States Colored Regiment

4th Pennsylvania Regiment
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Regimental Band
-         Company A  - Norristown
-         Company B  - Norristown
-         Company C  - Pottstown
-         Company D  - Norristown
-         Company E  - Norristown
-         Company F  - Media, Delaware
-         Company G  - Lewisburg, Union County
-         Company H  - Bellefonte, Centre County
-         Company I   - Norristown
-         Company K  - Norristown
-         William Mintzer Mintzer, Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers

4th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/33d Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

5th Pennsylvania Militia (1862)

5th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A   - Allegheny City, Allegheny County
-         Company B   - Pittsburg, Allegheny County
-         Company C   - Glen Carbon, Schuykill County
-         Company D   - Huntingdon, Huntingdon County
-         Company E   - Minersville, Schuylkill County
-         Company F   - Schuylkill Haven, Schuylkill County
-         Company G  - Lebanon, Lebanon County
-         Company H  - Reading, Berks County
-         Company I    - Minersville, Schuylkill County

-         Company K  - Pittsburg

5th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/34th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers

6th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A  - Mauch Chunk, Carbon County
-         Company B  - Port Clinton, Schuylkill County
-         Company C  - Port Carbon, Schuylkill County
-         Company D  - Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-         Company E  - Ashland, Schuylkill County
-         Company F  - Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-         Company G  - Llewelyn, Schuylkill County
-         Company H  - Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-         Company I   - Mauch Chunk, Carbon County
-         Company K  - Mauch Chunk, Carbon County
6th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/35th Pennsylvania Volunteers
6th United States Colored Regiment
7th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A  - Pittsburg
-         Company B  - Allegheny, Allegheny County
-         Company C  - Fredonia, Berks County
-         Company D  - Pleasantville, Berks County
-         Company E  - Allegheny, Allegheny County
-         Company F  - Pittsburg
-         Company G  - Reading, Berks County
-         Company H  - Boalsburg, Centre County
-         Company I  - Lewistown, Mifflin County
-         Company K  - Pittsburg
7th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps /36th Pennsylvania Volunteers
8th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -  Shamokin, Northumberland County
-           Company B  -  Moscow, Luzerne County
-           Company C  -  Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company D  -  Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company E  -  Scranton, Luzerne County
-           Company F  -  Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company G  -  Wilkes Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company H  -  Scranton, Luzerne County
-           Company I   -  "Brookville Rifles"
-           Company K  -  "Brookville Rifles"

8th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/37th Pennsylvania Volunteers

8th United States Colored Regiment
9th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A  -  West Chester, Chester County
-          Company B  -  Kittanning, Armstrong County
-          Brady Alpines  (3 Months Service)
-          Company C  -  Carlisle, Cumberland County
-          Company D  -  Allentown, Lehigh County
-          Company E  -  West Chester, Chester County
-          Company F  -  West Chester, Chester County
-          Company G  -  Easton, Northampton County
-          Company H  -  St. Clair, Schuylkill County
-          Company I  -   Chester, Delaware County
-          Company K  -  Port Carbon, Schuylkill County
-          Delaware Statesman and Journal, June 11, 1861


Veil, Charles Henry. (9th Regiment). Edited by Henman Viola. Memoirs of Charles Henry Veil - A Soldier's Recollections of the Civil War and the Arizona Territory, Orion, NY, 1993. Veil was Orderly to General John Reynolds at Gettysburg and was credited with rescuing the General's body after his death. Veil was commissioned an officer in the 1st Cavalry for his actions at Gettysburg.
9th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/38th Pennsylvania Volunteers
10th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/39th Pennsylvania Volunteers
10th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A  -  Maytown Infantry
-          Company B  -  Curtin Guards
-          Company C  -  Scott Rifles
-          Company D  -  Washington Light Infantry
-          Company E  -  Lancaster City Infantry
-          Company F  -  Washington Rifles
-          Company G  -  Washington Rifles
-          Company H  -  Allegheny Guards
-          Company I  -   Biddle Guards
-          Company K  -  Steuben Guards
11th Pennsylvania Volunteers  (3-months Service)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A  -  Williamsport, Lycoming County
-          Company B  -  New Haven, Clinton County
-          Company C  -  Mill Hall, Clinton County
-          Company D  -  Williamsport, Lycoming County
-          Company E  -  Pittston, Luzerne County
-          Company F  -  Sunbury, Northumberland County
-          Company G  -  Muncy, Lycoming County
-          Company H  -  Danville, Montour County
-          Company I  -  Greensburg, Westmoreland County
-          Company K  -  Greensburg, Westmoreland County

11th Pennsylvania Volunteers  (3-Years Servuce)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A   - Carlisle, Cumberland County, and at Harrisburg
-          Company B   - Lock Haven, Clinton County
-          Company C   - Latrobe, Westmoreland County
-          Company D   - Jersey Shore, Lycoming County
-          Company E   -  Latrobe, and Ligonier Westmoreland County
-          Company F   -  Salem, Westmoreland County
-          Company G   -  Allegheny County
-          Company H   -  Mauch Chunk, Carbon County
-          Company I   -   Greensburg, Westmoreland County
-          Company K   -  Youngstown, Westmoreland County
-          Unassigned Men
-          Medal of Honor Recipient
-          References

Monument at Gettysburg, featuring the regiment's mascot, Sallie the Dog

Cruikshank, George L. Back in the Sixties: Reminiscences of the Service of Co. A, 11th PA Regiment, Fort Dodge, Iowa: Times Job Printing, 1893.

Locke, W. H. The Story of The Regiment: History of the 11th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 1867.

Cindy Stouffer and Shirley Cubbison. A Colonel, a Flag, and a Dog. Thomas Publications, 84 pages, ISBN: 1577470370. The story of the 11th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment and their mascot "Sallie".
11th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/40th Pennsylvania Volunteers
12th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -  Pittsburg
-           Company B  -  Pittsburg
-           Company C  -  Pittsburg
-           Company D  -  Pittsburg
-           Company E  -  Washington, Washington County
-           Company F  -  New Castle, Lawrence County
-           Company G  -  Monongahela City, Washington County
-           Company H  -  New Castle, Lawrence County
-           Company I   -  Pittsburg
-           Company K  -  Pittsburg
12th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/41st Pennsylvania Volunteers
13th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -    Pittsburg
-           Company B  -    Birmingham
-           Company C  -    Pittsburg
-           Company D  -    Pittsburg
-           Company E  -    Pittsburg
-           Company F  -    Pittsburg
-           Company G  -    Bedford, Bedford County
-           Company H  -    Butler, Butler County
-           Company I  -     Pittsburg
-           Company K  -    Pittsburg
13th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps /1st Pennsylvania Rifles/42d Pennsylvania Volunteers
1st Pennsylvania Rifles  (Jason D. Sunderland)

Schroeder, Patrick. Pennsylvania Bucktails: A Photographic Album of the 42nd, 149th & 150th Pennsylvania Regiments, Schroeder Publications, September 2001.

14th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -    Reading, Berks County
-           Company B  -    St. Clair, Schuylkill County
-           Company C  -    Montour County
-           Company D  -    Smith's Mill, Clearfield County
-           Company E  -    Berks County
-           Company F  -    Greensburg, Westmoreland County
-           Company G  -    Westmoreland County
-           Company H  -    Blair County
-           Company I   -    Blair County
-           Company K  -    McKeesport, Allegheny County

14th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/44th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers/1st Pennsylvania Cavalry
15th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -  Scranton, Luzerne County
-           Company B  -  Pittston, Luzerne County
-           Company C  -  Pittston, Luzerne County
-           Company D  -  Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company E   -  Harrisburg
-           Company F  -   Mount Joy, Lancaster County
-           Company G  -  Wilkes-Barre, Luzerne County
-           Company H  -  Johnstown, Cambria County
-           Company I   -  Bellefonte, Centre County
-           Company K  -  Marietta, Lancaster County
15th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/43d Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers/1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery

16th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-        Muster Rolls (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A  York, York County
-        Company B  Tamaqua, Schuylkill County
-        Company C  Mechanicsburg, Cumberland County
-        Company D  Tamaqua, Schuylkill County
-        Company E  Silver Creek, Schuylkill County
-        Company F  York, York County
-        Company G  Hanover, York County
-        Company H  York, York County
-        Company I  Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-        Company K  Minersville, Schuylkill County

17th Pennsylvania Volunteers  (Philadelphia)
-        Muster Rolls (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Regimental Band
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

18th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-        Muster Rolls (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

19th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-        Muster Rolls  (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

20th Pennsylvania Volunteers,  Scott Legion
-        Muster Rolls  (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

21st Pennsylvania Volunteers
-        Muster Rolls  (Images)
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Regimental Band
-        Company A
-        Company B
-        Company C
-        Company D
-        Company E
-        Company F
-        Company G
-        Company H
-        Company I
-        Company K

22d Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Muster Rolls  (Images)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A
-          Company B
-          Company C
-          Company D
-          Company E
-          Company F
-          Company G
-          Company H
-          Company I
-          Company K

23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers, "Birney's Zouaves" (Three Months' Service)
-          Muster Rolls  (Images)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A
-          Company B
-          Company C
-          Company D
-          Company E
-          Company F
-          Company G
-          Company H
-          Company I
-          Company K

23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers"Birney's Zouaves" (Three Years' Service)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A
-          Company B
-          Company C
-          Company D
-          Company E
-          Company F
-          Company G
-          Company H
-          Company I
-          Company K
-          Unassigned Men
-          References
-          23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers Renactors


History of the Twenty Third Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry: Birney's Zouaves, Three Months and Three Years Service Civil War, 1861-1865. Philadelphia, 1904.

Wray, William J. (William John). Birney's Zouaves Civil War : Life of the 23rd Pennsylvania Volunteers.

24th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Three Months' Service
-          Muster Rolls  (Images)
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A
-          Company B
-          Company C
-          Company D
-          Company E
-          Company F
-          Company G
-          Company H
-          Company I
-          Company K

24th United States Colored Regiment

25th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A (Ringgold Light Artillery)
-          Company B (Haskin's Guards)
-          Company C (2nd Ringgold Infantry)
-          Company D (National Light Infantry)
-          Company E (Logan Guards)
-          Company F Harrisburg
-          Company G  (Allen's Guards)
-          Company H (Washington Artillery)
-          Company I Doylestown, Bucks County
-          Company K Carbondale, Luzerne County
-         Medal of Honor Recipient
-          References

Copeland, Willis R. The Logan Guards of Lewistown, Pennsylvania; Our First Defenders of 1861; a History. Lewistown, PA: Mifflin County Historic Society, 1962.

Graeff, Arthur D. Four Firsts in Berks-1861: Issued by the Following Organizations as a Partial Form of Observance of Great Centennial of the Civil War, l86l-l865. Reading, PA: Historic Society of Berks County, et. al., 1961.

Thompson, Heber S. The First Defenders, 1910.

The Erie Regiment
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A
-         Company B
-         Company C
-         Company D
-         Company E
-         Company F
-         Company G
-         Company H
-         Company I
-         Company K

25th United States Colored Regiment

26th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A
-           Company B
-           Company C
-           Company D
-           Company E
-           Company F
-           Company G
-           Company H
-           Company I
-           Company K
-           Unassigned Men
-            Medal of Honor Recipient
-            References
-  
        Corporal James L. Gelston, Company K

27th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A
-           Company B
-           Company C
-           Company D
-           Company E
-           Company F
-           Company G
-           Company I
-           Company K
-            References
28th Pennsylvania Volunteers  "Goldstream Regiment"
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A  -  Philadelphia
-           Company B  -  Philadelphia
-           Company C  -  Philadelphia
-           Company D  -  Philadelphia
-           Company E  -  Philadelphia
-           Company F  -  Philadelphia
-           Company G  -  Philadelphia
-           Company H  -  Philadelphia
-           Company I   -   Philadelphia
-           Company K  -  Philadelphia
-           Company L  -  Allegheny County
-           Company M  -  Philadelphia
-           Company N  -  Luzerne County
-           Company O  -  Huntingdon
-           Company P  -  Philadelphia
-           Unassigned Men
-           Medal of Honor Recipient
-            References
-           Casualities of the Battle of Pine Knob, June 15, 1864

28th Regiment. Re-union of the 28th & 147th regiments, Pennsylvania Volunteers, Philadelphia, November 24th, 1871.

Timothy J. Orr (Ed.). Last to Leave the Field The Life and Letters of First Sergeant Ambrose Henry Hayward, 28th Pennsylvania Volunteers, Voices of the Civil War, University of Tennessee Press, 2011.

29th Pennsylvania Volunteers  Recruited in Philadelphia
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A
-           Company B
-           Company C
-           Company D
-           Company E
-           Company F
-           Company G
-           Company H
-           Company I
-           Company K
-           Unassigned Men
-            References
-           Casualities of the Battle of Pine Knob, June 15, 1864

30th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers/1st Pennsylvania Reserve Corps

31st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers/ 2d Pennsylvania Reserve Corps

 

32nd Pennsylvania Volunteers/3rd Pennsylvania Reserve Corps

33d Pennsylvania Volunteers/4th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
34th Pennsylvania Volunteers/5th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
35th Pennsylvania Volunteers/6th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
36th Pennsylvania Volunteers/7th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
37th Pennsylvania Volunteers/8th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
38th Pennsylvania Volunteers/9th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
39th Pennsylvania Volunteers/10th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
40th Pennsylvania Volunteers/11th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
41st Pennsylvania Volunteers/12th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
41st United States Colored Regiment
42nd Pennsylvania Volunteers/13th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps/1st Pennsylvania Rifles

43d Pennsylvania Volunteers / 1st Light Artillery/15th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
43rd United States Colored Regiment
44th Pennsylvania Volunteers/ 1st Pennsylvania Cavalry/14th Pennsylvania Reserve Corps
45th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A   - Centre County
-          Company B   - Lancaster County
-          Company C   - Mifflin County
-          Company D   - Centre County
-          Company E   - Centre County
-          Company F   - Wayne and Tioga Counties
-          Company G   - Tioga County
-          Company H   - Tioga County
-          Company I   -   Tioga County
-          Company K   - Columbia, Lancaster County
-          References
-          Monument at Antietam
-          Medal of Honor Recipients

Albert, Allen D. History of the Forty-Fifth Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865, Williamsport, Pennsylvania, 1912.

Roberts, Agatha Louise. As They Remembered, New York: William-Frederick Press, 1964.

Strait, Justus Daniel. (Beatrice Strait Lines, and Norma Strait Howland, Editors) The letters of Justus Daniel Strait to His Parents, 1861-1865, Elkland, Pa.: Elkland Journal, 1986.

45th United States Colored Regiment

46th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A  -   Lewistown, Mifflin County
-          Company B  -   Pittsburg
-          Company C  -   Lehigh and Northampton Counties
-          Company D  -   Dauphin County
-          Company E  -   Reading
-          Company F  -   Allegheny County
-          Company G  -   Potter County
-          Company H  -   Potter County
-          Company I   -    Luzerne County
-          Company K  -   Northumberland County
-          Unassigned Men
-          References

47th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A  Easton, Northampton County
-           Company B  Allentown, Lehigh County
-           Company C  Sunbury, Northumberland County
-           Company D  Bloomfield, Perry County
-           Company E  Easton, Northampton County
-           Company F  Catasauqua, Lehigh County
-           Company G  Allentown, Lehigh County
-           Company H  Newport, Perry County
-           Company I  Allentown, Lehigh County
-           Company K  Allentown, Lehigh County
-           Unassigned Men
-          References
Schmidt, Lewis G.  A Civil War History of the 47th Regiment of Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers, Allentown, 1986.

48th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A   -  Port Clinton, Schuylkill County
-           Company B   -  Schuylkill County
-           Company C   -  Schuylkill County
-           Company D   -  Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-           Company E   -  Schuylkill County
-           Company F   -  Minersville, Schuylkill County
-           Company G   -  Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-           Company H   -  Pottsville, Schuylkill County
-           Company I    -  Middleport, Schuylkill County
-           Company K   -  Cressona, Schuylkill County
-           Unassigned Men
-           References
-           Monument at Antietam
-           Medal of Honor Recipients

Bobyshell, Christian. The 48th in the War. Philadephia, 1865.

Corrigan, Jim. The 48th Pennsylvania in the Battle of the Crater: A Regiment of Coal Miners Who Tunneled Under the Enemy, McFarland & Company, 2006. ISBN 0-7864-2475-3 http://www.craterbook.com/

Gould, Joseph. The Story of the Forty-Eighth, Philadelphia, 1908.

Hoptak, John David.  St. Clair Soldiers in the 48th Pennsylvania:   Their Service and Sacrifice.

Wren, James, Captain, Company B. John Michael Priest, Ed. From New Bern to Fredericksburg : Captain James Wren's diary : B Company, 48th Pennsylvania Volunteers, February 20, -December 17, 1862, 1990.

49th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-       Field and Staff Officers
-       Regimental Band
-       Company A  -  Centre County
-       Company B  -  Chester County
-       Company C  -  Huntingdon County
-       Company D  -  Huntingdon County
-       Company E  -  Lewistown, Mifflin County
-       Company F  -  Chester County
-       Company G  -  Centre County
-       Company H  -  Centre County
-       Company I  -  Juniata County
-       Company I   -  Juniata County
-       Company K   -  Pittsburgh
-       Company K *  -  Mifflin County
-       Unassigned Men
-       References
-       Elias J. Lascelle, Sergeant, Company B
______________
*On January 11, 1863, Company K was consolidated with other companies, forming Company B, 49th regiment, in which the names of the other officers and men appear.

Westbrook, Robert S. History of the 49th Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1898. Reprint by Butternut and Blue.

50th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A - Schuylkill County
-           Company B - Reading
-           Company C - Schuylkill County
-           Company D - Montrose, Susquehanna County
-           Company E - Reading
-           Company F - Lancaster
-           Company G - Towanda, Bradford County
-           Company H - Reading
-           Company I - Luzerne County
-           Company K - Monroe, Bradford County
-           Unassigned Men
-           References
-           Monument at Antietam
-           Photograph
-           Medal of Honor Recipient

Birch, Harold B. 50th Pennsylvania's Civil War Odyssey: The Exciting Life and Hard Times of a Union Volunteer Infantry, March 2003.

Crater, Lewis. History of the Fiftieth Regiment, Penna. Veteran Volunteers, 1861-65, Reading, Pa.: Coleman Print House, 1884.

51st Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -  Norristown
-           Company B  -  Montomery County
-           Company C  -  Montomery County
-           Company D  -  Norristown
-           Company E  -  Mifflinburg
-           Company F  -  Norristown
-           Company G  -  Centre County
-           Company H  -  Union, Lycoming and Snyder Counties
-           Company I   -  Montomery County
-           Company K  -  Union and Northampton Counties
-           Unassigned Men
-           References
-           Volunteers Recruited in Clearfield County
-          Monument at Antietam (1)
-          Monument at Antietam (2)

Parker, Thomas H., Captain, 51st Pa. Infantry. History of the 51st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers and Veteran Volunteers, Philadelphia: King & Baird, printers, 1869.

Sauers, Richard A. (ED.) The Civil War Journal of Colonel Bolton: 51st Pennsylvania, April 20, 1861-August 2, 1865. Cambridge, MA 02141:  Da Capo Press, Perseus Books Group, 2000. $9.95

52nd Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A  Wilkes-Barre
-           Company B  Wyoming County
-           Company C  Clinton County
-           Company D  Union County
-           Company E  Bradford County
-           Company F  Luzerne and Bradford Counties
-           Company G  Columbia County
-           Company H  Luzerne County
-           Company I  Luzerne County
-           Company K  Luzerne and Schuylkill Counties
-           References

Mott, Smith B. The Campaigns of the 52nd Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, First known as the Luzerne Regiment , Philadelphia, 1911.

53rd Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Regimental Band
-           Company A   -   Pottstown, Montgomery County
-           Company B   -   Chester and Montgomery Counties
-           Company C   -   Huntington and Blair Counties
-           Company D   -   Centre and Clearfield Counties
-           Company E   -   Union and Carbon Counties
-           Company F   -   Luzerne County
-           Company G   -   Potter County
-           Company H   -   Northumberland County
-           Company I   -   Perryville, Juniata County
-           Company K   -   Union and Carbon Counties
-           Unassigned Men
-           References
-           William Mintzer Mintzer, Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers

-           1st Sergeant Asa Toombs, Company G

Myers, Irvin G. We Might as Well Die Here: The 53rd Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry, White Mane. ISBN# 1572493305

54th Pennsylvania Volunteers
54th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A   -  Indiana and Cambria Counties
-         Company B   -  Somerset County
-         Company C   -  Somerset County
-         Company D   -  Somerset County
-         Company E   -  Cambria County
-         Company F   -  Harrisburg
-         Company G   -  Somerset County
-         Company H   -  Northampton, Cambria, and Somerset Counties
-         Company I   -  Cambria County
-         Company K   -  Allentown
-         Unassigned Men
-         Detachment
-         Regimental Band
-         References
-         Medal of Honor Recipients

Bennett, Charles W., Jr. Four years with the Fifty-Fourth: The Military History of Franklin Bennett, 54th Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment, 1861-1865, Richmond, Va.: C. W. Bennett, 1985.

55th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A  -  Cambria County
-         Company B  -  Robesonia, Berks County
-         Company C  -  Johnstown, Cambria County
-         Company D  -  Bedford County
-         Company E  -  Minersville, Schuylkill County
-         Company F  -  Indiana County
-         Company G  -  Harrisburg
-         Company H  -  Bedford County
-         Company I   -  Blair and Bedford Counties
-         Company K  -  Bedford, Bedford County
-         Unassigned Men
-         References
-         Medal of Honor Recipient
-         Casualties on Edisto Island, Indiana Democrat, May 7, 1862

56th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-           Field and Staff Officers
-           Company A  -  Philadelphia and Wayne Counties
-           Company B  -  Indiana County
-           Company C  - This roll was created from other sources; if any names are missing, please let me know)
-           Company D  -  Luzerne and Philadelphia Counties
-           Company F  -  Indiana County
-           Company G  -  Luzerne County
-           Company H  -  Centre County
-           Company I  -  Centre and Luzerne Counties
-           Company K  -  Schuylkill and Susquehanna Counties
-           Unasigned Men
-           References
-           Medal of Honor Recipients

NOTE: The muster rolls of two Companies, C and E, are missing from the S. P. Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers. According to Dr. Bates the muster rolls were not available at the time of publication.

 

57th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A - Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties
-          Company B - Bradford and Mercer Counties
-          Company C - Allegheny and Mercer Counties
-          Company D - Tioga County
-          Company E - Allegheny and Mercer Counties
-          Company F - Mercer County
-          Company G - Bradford County
-          Company H - Bradford County
-          Company I  -  Mercer and Venango Counties
-          Company K  - Titusville, Crawford County
-          Unassigned Men
-          References
-          POWs at Salisbury, NC

History of the 57th Regiment, Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry by Martin, James M., Meadville, PA, McCoy & Calvin Printers, pgs 9-11, 61-68.

58th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A - Philadelphia
-          Company B - Philadelphia
-          Company C - Philadelphia
-          Company D - Philadelphia
-          Company E - M'Kean, Erie, and Tioga Counties
-          Company F - M'Kean, Elk and Warren Counties
-          Company G - Clinton County
-          Company H - M'Kean County
-          Company I  - Luzerne and Northumberland Counties
-          Company K - Philadelphia
-          References
-          Medal of Honor Recipients

59th Pennsylvania Volunteers/ 2nd Pennsylvania Cavalry

60th Pennsylvania Volunteers/ 3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry

 

61st Pennsylvania Volunteers  
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A - Indiana County
-         Company A - Indiana County
-         Company B - Allegheny City
-         Company B - Allegheny City
-         Company C - Allegheny County
-         Company D - Luzerne County
-         Company E - Allegheny County
-         Company F - Pittsburg
-         Company G - Philadelphia
-         Company H - Philadelphia
-         Company H* - Allegheny City
-         Company I -   Philadelphia
-         Company I* -   Allegheny City
-         Company K - Allegheny County
-         Company K* - Allegheny City
-         References
-         Regimental Colors
-         Medal of Honor Recipients
-         George W. Mindell, Brigadier-General, U. S. Volunteers
_______________________
* New Company, assigned March, 1865

Brewer, A. T. History of the Sixty-First Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, 1911.

 

62nd Pennsylvania Volunteers
62nd Pennsylvania Volunteers -- John Henderson's site
-        Field and Staff Officers
-        Company A - Allegheny County
-        Company B - Allegheny County
-        Company C - Clarion County
-        Company D - Armstrong County
-        Company E - Clarion County
-        Company F - Pittsburg
-        Company G - Allegheny County
-       Company H -Allegheny County
-        Company I - Jefferson County
-        Company K - Allegheny County
-        Company L - Pittsburg
-        Company M -Blair County
-        Unassigned Men
-        References
William S. Wallace, Company H, Obituary

What I Saw at Gettysburg, 1863 and 1913, Jacob Pratt Curry, Company E

63rd Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Regimental Band
-         History of Company A
-         Company A  -  Braddock and Allegheny County
-         History of Company B
-         Company B  -  Sharpsburg, Deer Creek and Fairview
-         History of Company C
-         Company C  -  New Brighton, Beaver County
-         History of Company D
-         Company D  -  Allegheny County
-         History of Company E
-         Company E  -  Allegheny County
-         History of Company F
-         Company F  -  Clarion County
-         History of Company G
-         Company G  -  Allegheny, Venango and Armstrong Counties
-         History of Company H
-         Company H  -  Pittsburg
-         History of Company I
-         Company I   -  M'Keesport, Allegheny County
-         History of Company K
-         Company K  -  Allegheny County
-         Unassigned Men

-         References
-         Medal of Honor Recipient

Letter by Captain B. J. Reid, Company F, describing the Battle of Fair Oaks.

Gilbert Adams Hays, Captain. Under the Red Patch: Story of the Sixty-third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1864. Published by the 63d Pennsylvania Volunteer Regiment Association. Pittsburg: Market Review Publishing Company, 1908.

64th Pennsylvania Volunteers / 4th Pennsylvania Cavalry

65th Pennsylvania Volunteers / 5th Pennsylvania Cavalry

66th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          References

67th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-          Field and Staff Officers
-          Company A    Carbon County
-          Company B    Carbon County
-          Company B*   Indiana County
-          Company C    Pike and Wayne Counties
-          Company D    Wayne and Monroe Counties
-          Company E    Philadelphia, Westmoreland and Indiana Counties
-          Company F    Jefferson, Clarion and Indiana Counties
-          Company G   Monroe County
-          Company H   Northampton and Carbon Counties
-          Company I     Philadelphia
-          Company I*    Allegheny County
-          Company K    Schuylkill County
-          Unassigned Men
-          References
____________
*Company added March 1865

Boaz, Thomas M. Libby Prison and Beyond: A Union Staff OFficer in the East, 1862-1865, White Mane. Details from the diary of Robert T. Cornwell of the 67th Pennsylvania Infantry

68th Pennsylvania Volunteers  Philadelphia
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A
-         Company B
-         Company C
-         Company D
-         Company E
-         Company F
-         Company G
-         Company H
-         Company I
-         Company K
-         References

69th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A
-         Company B
-         Company C
-         Company D
-         Company E
-         Company F
-         Company G
-         Company H
-         Company I
-         Company K
-         Unassigned Men
-         References
-         Medal of Honor Recipient

69th Pennsylvania Volunteers - Michael Higgins
"The Philadelphia Brigade"

Colonel Dennis O'Kane  (Walter Fox)

The 69th Irish Volunteers (Reenactors)

Banes, Charles H. A History of the Philadelphia Brigade: 69th , 71st , 72nd , and the 106th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1876.   Reprinted by Theme Prints, Ltd.

Don Ernsberger. Paddy Owen's Regulars: A History of the 69th Penna "Irish Volunteers" Volume I & II, Xlibris Publishing, a division of Random House, September 24, 2004. Volume I: ISBN: 1-4134-5302-3 (Trade Paperback) ISBN: 1-4134-5303-1 (Hardback); Volime II: ISBN: 1-4134-6333-9 (Trade Paperback) ISBN: 1-4134-6334-7 (Hardback).   http://www2.xlibris.com/bookstore/

McAuliffe, Anthony . The 69th Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.

McDermott, Anthony W. Brief History of the 69th Regiment Pennsylvania VeteranVolunteers, 1889.

70th Pennsylvania Volunteers/ 6th Pennsylvania Cavalry

71st Pennsylvania Volunteers
"The Fire Zouave Regiment"
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Regimental Band
-         Company A  Philadelphia
-         Company B  Philadelphia
-         Company C  Philadelphia
-         Company D  Philadelphia
-         Company E  Philadelphia
-         Company F  Philadelphia
-         Company G  Philadelphia
-         Company H  Chester and Philadelphia Counties
-         Company I  Philadelphia
-         Company K  Chester and Philadelphia Counties
-         References
-         Medal of Honor Recipient
          The California Regiment at Gettysburg - Photograph

Banes, Charles H. A History of the Philadelphia Brigade: 69th , 71st , 72nd , and the 106th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1876.   Reprinted by Theme Prints, Ltd.

Donaldson, Francis A., Captain. Inside the Army of the Potomac: The Civil War Experience of Captain Francis Adams Donaldson.

Harris, William C. Prison Life in the Tobacco Warehouse at Richmond, Philadelphia, 1862.

Lash, Gary G. Duty Well Done, The History of Edward Baker's California Regiment, Baltimore, MD 21234: Butternut and Blue, 2001.

72nd Pennsylvania Volunteers  The Fire Zoave Regiment
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A
-         Company B
-         Company C
-         Company D History
-         Company D
-         Company E
-         Company F
-         Company G
-         Company H
-         Company I
-         Company K
-         Unassigned Men
-         References
-         The 72nd at Antietam

Banes, Charles H. A History of the Philadelphia Brigade: 69th , 71st , 72nd , and the 106th Pennsylvania Volunteers.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1876. Reprinted by Theme Prints, Ltd.

Beidelman, George Washington. (Catherine H. Vanderslice, Editor). The Civil War letters of George Washington Beidelman, 72d Regiment, New York: Vantage Press, 1978.

Donaldson, Francis A., Captain. Inside the Army of the Potomac: The Civil War Experience of Captain Francis Adams Donaldson.

Furness, William Henry. A Word of Consolation for the Kindred of Those Who have Fallen in Battle; Discourse Delivered September 28, 1862, (72d Regiment), Philadelphia: Crissy & Markley, Printers, 1862.

Lash, Gary G. Duty Well Done, The History of Edward Baker's California Regiment, Baltimore, MD 21234: Butternut and Blue, 2001.

Pennsylvania Infantry, 72d Regiment, Seventy-second Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, at Bloody Angle, Gettysburg, 1889.

73rd Pennsylvania Volunteers "Pennsylvania Legion"
Recruited at Philadelphia
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A
-         Company B
-         Company C
-         Company D
-         Company E
-         Company F
-         Company G
-         Company H
-         Company I
-         Company K
-         Unassigned Men
-         References
-         Casualities of the Battle of Pine Knob, June 15, 1864

74th Pennsylvania Volunteers
-         Field and Staff Officers
-         Company A*  -  Columbia and Wyoming Counties
-         Company B*  -  Pittsburg
-         Company C*  -  Northumberland County
-         Company D*  -  Snyder and Union Counties
-         Company E*  -  Northumberland County
-         Company F*  -  Indiana and Westmoreland Counties
-         Company G*  -  Adams and Berks Counties
-         Company H  -  No records for Company H*
-         Company I   -  Pittsburg
-         Company K  -  Allegheny and Philadelphia Counties
-         References
*The following note appears in Samuel P. Bates' History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865:  No muster-out rolls of the original companies of this regiment, except companies I and K, are on file in the Adjutant General's Office.

75th Pennsylvania Volunteers
Recruited at Philadelphia
-         Field and Staff Officers
-          Regimental Band
-          Company A
-          Company B
-          Company C
-          Company D
-          Company E
-          Company F
-          Company G
-          Company H
-          Company I
-          Company K
-          Unassigned Men
-         References

Nachtigall, Hermann. Geschichte des 75sten Regiments, Pa. Vols. als Festgabe zum Andenken an die Errichtung und Einweihung des Denkmals zu Ehren ihrer im Brgerkriege gefallenen Kameraden, von der Vereinigung der berlebenden Veteranen des 75sten Regiments, Pa. Vol., Philadelphia: Druck von C.B. Kretschman, 1886.

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