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July 2012 Posts

Posted By on August 4, 2012

A listing of the July 2012 posts on The Civil War Blog with direct links:

Steve Maczuga’s Pennsylvania Civil War Project – An Update

Popular Women’s Names from the Civil War (Part 2 of 3)

Tragedies in the Life of William H. Hawk

Independence Day – July 4, 1862

June 2012 Posts

Statistical Record of the Armies of the United States

Three Men of Tremont in the 50th Pennsylvania Infantry Who Died in the Civil War (Part 1 of 3)

Three Men of Tremont in the 50th Pennsylvania Infantry Who Died in the Civil War (Part 2 of 3)

Underground Railroad in Pennsylvania – Selections from a 1945 School Textbook

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 1

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 2

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 3

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 4

Open House at Pillow Historical Society

Three Men of Tremont in the 50th Pennsylvania Infantry Who Died in the Civil War (Part 3 of 3)

A Confederate General’s Connection to Pillow, Pennsylvania

Five Unusual Civil War Attractions

Lincoln Roots in Pennsylvania

A List of Pennsylvania Civil War Battles, Engagements and Skirmishes

The Murder in Gratz During the Militia Encampment, 1856

Civil War Milestones – 35th Anniversary of Gratz Historical Society

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 5

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 6

Stephen Smith – Merchant and Abolitionist

Riegle Family Cousins in Ohio

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 7

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 8

The Tulpehocken Path

Joseph Albright – 131st Pennsylvania Infantry & 2nd Pennsylvania Artillery

Popular Given Names of Lykens Valley Soldiers (Part 3 of 3)

Tower City, Porter and Rush Township Civil War Veterans – Part 9

 


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