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From The Cecil Whig, Wednesday April 21st 1999. How Cecil County Saved the Union. The Important early days of the War and protecting the Rail lines leading to Washington D.C. in a Divided State. Union troops (23rd PA) under the Command of Col. Charles P. Dare.
From The Cecil Whig, Wednesday April 21st 1999. How Cecil County Saved the Union, Page 2. The Important early days of the War and protecting the Rail lines leading to Washington D.C. in a Divided State. Union troops (23rd PA) under the Command of Col. Charles P. Dare.
From The Philadelphia Inquirer, August 2nd 1861. Col. Charles P. Dare's troops get Paid in Philadelphia after the Completion of their Three Months Service. this is a great example of the Order of Paying troops in the Army during the Civil War.
The Death of Lt. Thomas J. Armstrong during the Winter encampment at Brandy Station,VA. The Telegram to George W. Armstong just before his death stating he was being sent home.
President Lincoln Reviews the 23rd PA Regiment in Washington D.C on December 5th 1861. This Article is from the December 6th 1861 Philadelphia Inquirer.
To those 3 Month Volunteers who reenlisted, they were given a furlough. this Article from the Philadelphia Inquirer on August 24th 1861, recalls the Furlough and orders all troops to report. They would report and be sent to Washington D.C the next week.




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