190th & 191st Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteers

Upon the muster out of service of the regiments composing the [Pennsylvania] Reserve Corps, a large number of veterans and recruits, whose terms had not expired, still remained. These were collected and organized into two new regiments, known as the One Hundred and Ninetieth, and One Hundred and Ninety-first. The first of these was composed of men from the First, Seventh, Ninth, two companies of the Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, and Thirteenth Reserve regiments…Read More.

 

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