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The 69th Pennsylvania was recruited from Philadelphia Irish militia companies of the 2nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Militia. It was mustered into service on August 19, 1861, with Joshua T. Owen as its first colonel.What is the 69th Pennsylvania Irish Volunteers?
The 69th was the only Pennsylvania regiment to carry a green "Irish" flag into battle. The 69th Pennsylvania Irish Volunteers and other reenactment groups portray the regiment at various reenactments. Based out Of the Philadelphia area.What was the 69th in the Civil War?
The 69th Pennsylvania Infantry (originally raised as the 2nd California) was a volunteer regiment in the Union army during the American Civil War. Part of the famed Philadelphia Brigade, it played a key role defending against Pickett's Charge during the Battle of Gettysburg.What is the 69th Pennsylvania monument at Gettysburg?
The 69th Pennsylvania monument at Gettysburg looking west. Pickett's Charge started at the trees in the distance and advanced directly toward the camera. The 69th Pennsylvania Infantry (originally raised as the 2nd California) was a volunteer regiment in the Union army during the American Civil War.