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The Colors

Welcome to Company E of the 77th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Union Civil War living historians based in Oklahoma.
Striving to make the 77th veterans proud as they watch from on high, we emphasize drill, military etiquette and a Keystone espirit de corps.  We cherish our regimental history and continually strive to learn and improve.  We value, too, fun and comraderie as we continue our efforts to introduce others to living history.
The 77th Pennsylvania is a proud member of the First Battalion of the Frontier Brigade.

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Sunday, January 14, 2007

Check out the Photo Gallery.  Fort Gibson pictures from the recent Muster have been added, and the Gallery itself rearranged.  That page now links to pages of the pictures of 77th Pennsylvania events.
10:07 pm est 

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

We had a marvellous time at Company Muster last weekend.  The Administrative Board officially met for the first time.  Prospective NCO's took turns drilling the men.  The ladies made breakfast and lunch for us.  Saturday we feasted at the Badlands Smokehouse and we attended church services together Sunday morning. 
Welcome Anita Butterworth, Debbie Aery-Schmidt and Joshua Kane as the newest members of the 77th Pennsylvania.  HUZZAH!
Look for the weekend's pictures in the Photo Gallery.
9:32 pm est 

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Why do we portray a Pennsylvania regiment in Oklahoma?  Because they were a hard-fighting group of soldiers that deserve recognition for their role in saving the Union and freeing the slaves.


Members at the Shiloh 77th Pennsylvania monument 


Bronze panel from side of 77th Pennsylvania monument at Shiloh depicting surrender of Col. Battle of the 20th Tennessee

Come relive history.  Do your part in saving the country.  Meet new friends, learn new things and have some good, clean fun.  We can always scrounge up and extra uniform and musket if you want to try it out before making a decision.  But be warned: once you reenact you'll always come back!

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Survivors at the Monument's Dedication