104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Home Page
This Web Page was developed to provide information on the original 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Civil War Regiment as well as information on our Reenactment Group. The 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Civil War Reenactment Group is located 20 miles Northwest of Philadelphia in Bucks County, Warminster Township, Pennsylvania. When requesting information about the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Civil War Reenactment Group, please include your name, address, home and/or work telephone number, as well as your Instant Messenger ID and cell phone number if you have one. If you are under 16 please include your age and birth date.
GOOD NEWS! The History of the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment from August, 1861 to September, 1864 by W.W.H. Davis is finally being reprinted. For more information see the for sale section near the bottom of this page.
NOTE: Our final event of the season will be the Remembrance Day Parade which will be held on Saturday, November 15th in Gettysburg, Pa. All are welcome to attend. Our next Drill will be held in October. Our drill held on Sunday, September 14th was a success.
NOTE: When searching for a Roster of the 104th please download the "History of the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment" or the "History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers". The various newspaper articles should also be searched for rosters.
NOTE: For those who are interested Camp Lacey which was the original training ground of the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry was located on the grounds of CB WEST the school. At that time the area was known as the Exhibition or Fair Grounds. Also, the monument dedicated to the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry is located in front of the Doylestown Court House at the intersection of Court and Main Streets. The monument is in the shape of an obelisk and has four cannons which were buried at the base of the monument. For Pictures of the monument please go to the 104th Pa. Volunteer Infantry Monument Picture Link. Colonel Davis's house was located at 65 E Court St near the intersection of Court and Main St. The Monument can be seen from the sidewalk in front of Colonel Davis's house. For Pictures of Colonel Davis's home please go to Colonel Davis's House Picture Page Link.
The following files are available for download. They contain information on the original Regiment which was formed in 1861 by Colonel Davis of Doylestown, Pa.
If you wish to contribute a letter to the Member's Correspondence section or contribute a biography on a soldier in the original 104th e-mail me at email@example.com or call me at (215)672-7791.
Site Reviewed - December 1998
Mdl 1870 French Gras Rifle. Bore excellent - exterior metal has a nice patina, stock in GC but cut. W/ammo $120.00. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message.To ask for more information e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mdl 1895 Austrian Straight Pull Steger. Good inside & out. W/ammo $120.00. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message.To ask for more information e-mail to: email@example.com
History of the 104th Pennsylvania Regiment from August, 1861, to September 1864. By W.W.H. Davis. Philadelphia, 1866. 364 pages. Release date, March, 1998. CIVIL WAR REPRINTS FROM HIGGINSON BOOK COMPANY. The cost is $37.50 plus $4.00 per book shipping and handling. Massachusetts residents add 5% sales tax. MasterCard/Visa Welcome. Satisfaction is guaranteed and books are returnable for a full refund. All books are printed on acid-free paper and bound in cloth library bindings meeting archival standards. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message. The address is listed below.
Firing Pin Collar for 6mm Lee Navy or blueprints for same. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message. Greek Mannlicher Military Rifle. Exterior can be rough, but bore must be good - excellent. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message. OTHER WEB ENGINE LINKS
Greek Mannlicher Military Rifle. Exterior can be rough, but bore must be good - excellent. Be sure to include return E-mail address in message. OTHER WEB ENGINE LINKS
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