The 69th Pa Irish Volunteers
During the American Civil War, the
lads of the 69th Pa Irish Volunteers
fought in every campaign with the
Army of The Potomac. From 1861
to 1865 they were in the midst of
almost every major battle. These
men, mostly born in Ireland, fought
under their green battle flag to save
the Union. Today, we reenactors
honor their memory by participating
in living history programs, parades,
gravesite ceremonies, history trips,
music programs and battle
recreations. This website is
dedicated to the memory of the men
of the original 69th Pa Irish
Volunteer regiment. They were
truely the "Rock of Erin".
At the Copse of Trees - Gettysburg
69TH PA LINK PAGES
Welcome to our website
Our Musicians and our music CD
Civil War Reenacting
1861-1865
Your Webmaster
Don Ernsberger
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Email:
ernscave@aol.com
Pickett's Charge in Detail
            Guarding Our Wall
" Dedicated to the memory of the
    lads who fought with
 Paddy Owen's Regulars"
2014 Calendar of Events
OUR NEW MUSIC CD
  A NEW BOOK ON THE 69TH
    
AT  THE  WALL
  By Don Ernsberger
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