Links

Links

[Rea Redd at Gettysburg]

[Cedar Creek] Camp at Cedar Creek,

[Meadowcroft] Approaching covered bridge at Meadowcroft,

[Monroeville fireman's parade] Volunteer Fireman's Parade, Monroeville, PA

30th North Carolina Troops/9th Pennsylvania Reserves.

The Battle at Gettysburg.

Civil War Dance Society.

Tom & Nancy McAdams' Civil War Veterans Tombstone Inscriptions and Photographs, Allegheny County Pennsylvania.

A Visit with Mrs. Abraham Lincoln by Joanne P. Shelby.

Mary Todd Lincoln by Joanne P. Shelby.

National Museum of Civil War Medicine.

Friends of the Hunley.

North South Skirmish Association, Inc., (Preserving America's Civil War Heritage and the Art of Black Powder Shooting Since 1950).

Records of the Provost Marshal General's Bureau (Civil War) .

The U.S. Civil War Center.

Western Pennsylvania Civil War Resources.

Union and Confederate Prisoners of the Civil War.

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War National Headquarters.

Selected Civil War Photographs, Prints and Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Civil War Veterans' Card File records for Pennsylvania Volunteer troops, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Card entries are cross-referenced to Bates by means of a number (volume and page) in the upper right corner of each card.

Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War.

West Virginia Veterans Memorial.

Medal of Honor.

Civil War Studies presented by Smithsonian Institution.

Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System by the National Park Service, with links to Soldiers, Sailors, Regiments, Cemeteries, Battles, Prisoners and Medals of Honor.

Pennsylvania's Civil War Flags and Search Pennsylvania's Civil War Flag Collection.

Camp Chase Gazette

Civil War Maps (Library of Congress).

"A Day of Remembrance" by Cyndy & Jim Wudarczyk as reprinted in St. Mary's & Allegheny Cemetery Association, Monday, 30 May 2005 program. See credit to original publication in article. Describes observations of Memorial Day; cites a number of area GAR Posts with their numbers and locations.


Military Manuals
  • Hardee's 1855 Manual

  • Hardee's School of the Battalion--a discussion about how to read; in a sensical order as specified by Hardee himself (why didn't he write it that way?)

  • Casey's Tactics.

  • A modern-english interpretation of both Hardee's and Casey's Tactics has been done by reenactor Dominic dal Bello: Parade, Inspection and Basic Evolutions of the Infantry Battalion. Dom has several other great books as well on various aspects of reenacting based on 19th-century military manuals.

    The Drill Network presented by Co. H, 1st Maryland, CSA, and The Liberty Greys, 6th Regiment, 1st Division, ANV.

  • Good sources for military manuals are http://www.bookguy.com/Catalog/Military/manuals.htm and Dayton's own "Morningside Books" at http://www.morningsidebooks.com/.

  • The Civil War Reenactors Home Page.

  • The Authentic Campaigner: A Web Site for the Authentic Civil War Living Historian.

  • [Gettysburg] [Gettysburg] [Gettysburg]

    [Rea Redd]

    See Rea Redd's video on Newspapers during the Civil War, part of The Historical New York Times Project.

    Return to the 9th Pennsylvania Reserves Home Page. For further information write to 9th Pennsylvania Reserves,c/o 1887 Old Ramsey Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146.
    URL: http://www.9thpareserves.org/Links.htm
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