The 69th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Today
As re-enactors of the 69th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infrantry Regiment, we portray one of the most famous Civil War infantry regiments — “The Rock of Erin” — that repulsed Pickett’s Charge at the Battle of Gettysburg and fought in nearly every major battle of the Civil War.
Our goals are to honor the memory of the men and women who fought and served in the American Civil War and to educate both ourselves and the general public about the Civil War and the lives of Civil War soldiers and their families through an authentic presentation of living history activities, including battle field reenactments and other programs.
Like the unit we portray and honor, we carry the green “Irish” flag into battle and celebrate the heritage of Irish immigrants in America, and we also celebrate American diversity and inclusiveness; our members include men and women of every heritage.
If you are interested in joining the 69th PVI, contact Major David Grace at email@example.com or Lieutenant Curt Hudelson at Lt.69th@Hudelson.com.
For more photos of today’s 69th PVI in action, see our photo gallery.
You can contact the 69th PVI webmaster at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also visit us on Facebook.