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Twin cities -- Allegheny and Pittsburgh -- contributed to soldiers' relief in 1864 with a sanitary fair.
June 14th event to mark 150th anniversary of Pittsburgh Sanitary Fair.
Exactly 150 years ago, rebel prisoners, under heavy guard, were shipped from Western Penitentiary to Maryland.
For Sewickley businessman Daniel Telep collecting postal items has been a life-long passion.
Captain William Catlin of Monongahela was commissioned in the state's National Guard in 1871 and served until 1878.
The subdivision would create a half-acre of open space near the edge of a Mount Washington hillside.
The Westmoreland County Historical Society raises funds to preserve uniforms and equipment of Civil War hero Thomas Foster Gallagher.
"Pennsylvania's Civil War" show will close Jan. 5 at the Sen. John Heinz History Center.
"Witness to History: Gettysburg" will describe 50 items from the museum's collection linked to the bloodiest battle of the Civil War.
Woodcut engravings made from battlefield sketches chronicle much of the Civil War in publications in the North.
The Patriot-News in Harrisburg apologized for its predecessors calling Abraham Lincoln's address "silly remarks."
Songs and stories at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Shadyside will explore lives of woman during the war.
Southern sympathizers could be a problem, including in the Burgettstown area.
James B.D. Meeds went on to a fine career in finance with Dollar Bank after a short stint as prisoner of "Gray Ghost."
Alcohol played a role in a skirmish between federal troops and suspected Southern sympathizers in Washington County in August 1863.
The music tradition of the Civil War continues in Gettysburg this summer.