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Engagements of the 87th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

From September 14th, 1861, when it was mustered into service until it was mustered out on June 29th, 1865, Company C of the 87th Regiment was involved in 28 engagements:

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• Newtown • North Anna
• Bunker Hill • Totopotomy
• Winchester • Cold Harbor
• Carter's Woods • Weldon Railroad
• Manassas Gap • Petersburg
• Bealton Station • Monocacy
• Kelly's Ford • Snicker's Gap
• Brandy Station • Charlestown
• Locust Grove • Opequon
• Mine Run • Fisher's Hill
• The Wilderness • Cedar Creek
• Spottsylvania • Kernstown
• Laurel Hill • The Seige of Petersburg
• Po River • Sayler's Creek

(Note: All engagements listed above are in chronological order
beginning with Newtown, Bunker Hill and ending with Sayler's Creek.)

For more history of the 87th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, read:

"History of the 87th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers" By George R. Prowell


New Release - Fall 2006

"From Home Guards to Heroes: The 87th Pennsylvania And Its Civil War Community."
By Dennis W. Brandt

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