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The Sword of Captain James Craig presented to him by his company During the Civil War and Mentioned in the Regimental History. It is owned by George Craig of Freehold NJ.
This is a Song entitled "Battle of Fair Oaks" written by James Smith of Company H. It was printed by Johnson Song Printer of 7th Street in Philadelphia.
This is a Song entitled "Seven Days fight" written by James Smith of Company H. It was printed by Johnson Song Printer of 7th Street in Philadelphia.
The Enlistment Paper for Private George Bates, Company B, Three Month Volunteers 23rd PA. It is signed by Captain John F. Glenn.
early recruiting Poster from Germantown, PA where J Reeside White, began to recruit for what would be Company F, 23rd PA Regiment, Three Month Volunteers. (Courtesy of the Germantown Historical Society)
A Piece of Brick from the Malvern Hill House, built in 1710, which was used as a Signal Station, during the Battle of Malvern Hill on July 1st 1862. To see photos of this house , the part that it played in the Battle and its ruin, see The Malvern Hill Page.




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