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Pennsylvania History Resources

Frank Pollicino, “The Exploration of a Legend,” Western Pennsylvania History, 53. No. 3 (July 1970) : 243—248.

Arnold Shankman, “John P. Penney, Harry White, and the 1864 Pennsylvania Senate Deadlock,” Western Pennsylvania History, 55. No. 1 (January 1972) , 77—86.

Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War

Pennsylvania Regimental Histories Collection

Pennsylvania Civil War 150

Stewart, J.T. Indiana County PA: Her People Past and Present: Reprint by Nabu Press, 2011

General Civil War Resources

Civil War Battle Summaries by State

Library of Congress

Religion in the Civil War

Religion in the Civil War: The Northern Perspective

The Civil War. 150 Years. National Parks Service.


Stephenson, Clarence. The Impact of the Slavery Issue on Indiana County. Mahoning Mimeograph & Pamphlet Service, 1964.

Stephenson, Clarence. Indiana County 175th Anniversary History. 5 vols. Indiana, Pennsylvania: The A.G. Halldin Publishing Company, 1978.

Historical and Genealogical Society of Indiana County, Pennsylvania

Search the HGSIC Online Catalog

HGSIC Bookstore

The Wildcat Regiment Band

The Wildcat Regiment Band is a group of musicians and reenactors who study and perform the music of the Civil War era, using authentic period instruments and uniforms. These musicians, of all ages and from various professional backgrounds, proudly continue the legacy of the original Wildcat Regiment Band, formed by men from Indiana, Jefferson, Clarion, Clearfield, and Westmoreland counties who joined the Wildcat Regiment in 1861. 

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