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Identifier: 003-MS 189
Abstract William Lour was discharged from the A Company, 206th Regiment, Pa. Volunteers at Richmond, Va. Discharge was signed by Fre A. Sawyer, Captain, and W. W. Nesbitt, Captain of the company. Oath of identity 1883, January 25 signed at Williamsburg Blair County, Pa.
Collection — Box: Box 1
Identifier: 003-MS 57
Scope and Contents Handwritten manuscript of Bassler's address, "Reminiscences of the first day's fighting at Gettysburg," delivered at Albright Collegiate Institute, 1895 June, a reprint of a letter by General Roy Stone concerning the regimental colors of the 149th Pa. Volunteers at Gettysburg that appeared in Bassler's, "The color episode of the 149th regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers in the first day's fight at Gettysburg, July 1st, 1863," and a letter from Camp McNeil to Peter Stoudt concerning new colonies of...
Identifier: 003-MS 5
Scope and Contents Correspondence (1901-1913), diary (1861-1863), manuscript, records and photographs. Consists of correspondence relating to the erection and dedication of a monument for the 77th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment at the Shiloh National Military Park and the history of the regiment during the American Civil War. Includes handwritten draft of regimental history (1861-1866), the diary of John Obreiter (1861-1863), and miscellaneous records and photographs relating to the monument's...
- Subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories. X