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Civil War - The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps

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Civil War

The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps

$24.95 (Item C231)

 

 

The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps consisted of thirteen Pennsylvania Civil War infantry regiments, one cavalry regiment, and one artillery regiment. The Reserve Corps was the first organized body of three year Pennsylvania Civil War troops furnished to the Federal government by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps rendered distinguished service at the Second Battle of Bull Run, South Mountain, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Gettysburg. Wherever the Army of the Potomac marched and fought the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps was present.

The History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps: A Complete Record of the Organization by Josiah R. Sypher provides a comprehensive history of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps. This history contains the names of all the Civil War officers and privates, their service and promotions, along with accounts of the marches they endured, the camps they occupied, and the many battles in which they fought. The three additional books on this CD provide additional material rarely available on the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps. The Round-Up provides an accounting of the 1903 reunion of the Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps and lists all the soldiers in attendance. Any family or Pennsylvania Civil War historian with ties to the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps will find this collection an invaluable resource. (832 pp)

Full Text Searchable & Original Page Images This CD contains a powerful search tool and images of the original pages from the following books:  Sample pages are available by clicking the links below.  
History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps from Civil War - The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps History of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps   (J. R. Sypher, Esq; Elias Barr & Co., Lancaster, PA; 1865)
Messages of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin relative to The Reserve Corps from Civil War - The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps Messages of Gov. Andrew G. Curtin relative to The Reserve Corps   (Andrew G. Curtin; Andrew G. Curtin; 1863)
Address of the Organization of the PA Reserve Corps Association from Civil War - The Pennsylvania Reserve Corps Address of the Organization of the PA Reserve Corps Association   (Gen. William McCandless; West Reserve Jistorical Society; 1915)
Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps, Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps, "Round-up"   (William H. Rauch; Electric Printing Co.; Philadelphia; 1903)
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  Features System Requirements
  - Full Text Searchable, simple and advanced - IBM PC or compatible with CD-ROM drive
  - Original Page Images - Windows 95 thru 7
  - Bookmark and annotation capability - VGA display with at least 256 colors
  - Document viewer software included - 4MB hard drive space, 16MB of RAM, 486 or better*
  - Extensive help documentation on the CD-ROM
  * Item 3PA1: Pentium II at 400 MHz, 64MB RAM
  Limitations
  - Not compatible with network software