Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area

204 Church Street, Phoenixville, PA 19460

hspa@verizon.net   610-935-7646

www.hspa-pa.org   or   www.phoenixvillehistoricalsociety.org




 

 

 

Phoenixville Civil War Photos
 

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1st PA Reserve, Company A

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3 inch Ordnance Rifle on a Virginia Battlefield


3 inch Ordnance Rifle with Phoenix Iron Co. imprint

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3 inch Phoenix Iron Co. made ordnance rifle, Stones River Battlefield, Tennessee.

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150th PA Infantry regimental flag

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Buford Monument at Gettysburg Battlefield

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California Regiment recruiting poster

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A Civil War monument in Morris Cemetery.  Lightning damaged the soldier atop the monument on Sept. 28, 2011.


Civil War Monument at Morris Cemetery, c 1910 postcard

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Civil War Monument at Morris Cemetery, c 1911 postcard

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Close-up of GAR Symbol on Soldier's Monument, Morris Cemetry

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Company K, 71st PA Civil War Monument Regimental Names

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Company G, 1st PA Reserve

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Another view of Company G, 1st PA Reserve

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Company K, 71st PA Reserve

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Company F, 150th PA Volunteers in Virginia

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Flag of the California Regiment

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General Galusha Pennypacker

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General Galusha Pennypacker

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General Galusha Pennypacker Poster

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GAR Building at Main & Washington Street

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GAR Market - Civil War Monument

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A GAR Medal.  The Grand Army of the Republic was a fraternal organization composed of veterans of the Union military who served in the Civil War.  The GAR was founded in 1866 and disolved in 1956.

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GAR Symbol on Morris Cemetery Monument

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GAR Symbol

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Griffen Gun prototype at Phoenix Steel Co. plant office

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In Remembrance on a Civil War Monmument

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Issac Pennypacker Renshaw of Phoenixville, a musical recruiter

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List of those who served

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List of those who served - Close-up

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PA State Symbol on Morris Cemetery Monument

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Phoenixville Artillerist, 1st PA Reserve Company G, c. 1863

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Solder's Orphan School, Yellow Springs

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Solder's Orphan School, drill formation, Yellow Springs

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Statue of Galusha Pennypacker, Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, Pa.

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