Re: [TalkAntietam] Mercer Museum exhibit/128th Pa
- View SourceHi Gerry, I have been to the museum but was not aware that they had anything on the 128th.
I will have to check it out, thanks!
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From: "G E Mayers" <gerry1952@...>
Sent: Saturday, August 24, 2013 2:23:50 PM
Subject: RE: [TalkAntietam] Mercer Museum exhibit/128th Pa
Have you been to the Civil War Museum in Doylestown? IIRC we have some items connected with the 128th PVI there.
Yr. Obt. Svt.
G E "Gerry" Mayers
"True patriotism sometimes requires of men to act exactly contrary, at one period, to that which it does at another, and the motive which impels them--the desire to do right--is precisely the same. The circumstances which govern their actions change; and their conduct must conform to the new order of things." -- Robert E. Lee
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> Hi all! Just a reminder if you are in the Doylestown
> Bucks county area:
> Last chance to see this excellent exhibit , Turning
> Points at the Mercer Museum. It ends on August
> 25(tomorrow). The Mercer Museum is located at 84 S.
> Pine Street, Doylestown, Pa. Cost: Included in museum
> I will be there on Sunday as a docent in the 128th Pa
> area, 1-3 pm. Come by and say hi!
> Speaking of the 128th - I am finally going to put all
> my research together on them for my Master's thesis.
> As some of you know I have been researching them for
> many years and give presentations on their history.
> I would appreciate if any of you come across anything
> important or interesting during your own readings and
> research concerning them - if you would let me know.
> They were in the XII Corps and participated in two
> battles, Antietam and Chancellorsville. They were a 9
> month regiment enlisting in Bucks, Berks and Lehigh
> County in August, 1862 and were mustered out in
> mid-May, 1863. Many of the men reenlisted in other
> regiments and I have been trying to get more
> information on that.
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FYIYou are invited to help
Celebrate Historical La Mott and Honor the United States Colored Troops 150th Anniversary and the founding of Camp William Penn*
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM in Historical La Mott
Guided and self-guided walking tours
Regimental USCT Re-enactors
Impersonators of Civil War Figures
Rain or Shine
Events will take place inside and outside
Visit www.usct.org for information as the program is developed
Phone: 215 885-2258
Presented by: Citizens for the Restoration of Historical La Mott and The Camp William Penn Museum with support of The 3rd Regiment USCT Re-enactors and The 6th Regiment USCT Re-enactors
*Camp William Penn, which was located in what is now modern day La Mott, was the first and largest Federal training site for colored soldiers during the Civil War.
Note: Volunteers needed for help in all aspects of this event; some starting now and some the day of the event. Ideas and suggestions are also welcome. If you are able to help or participate, please contact:
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1618 Willow Avenue
La Mott, PA 19027
Phone: 215 885-2258