History of the First Pennsylvania Light Artillery

14th Pennsylvania Reserves  » 1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery  » 43rd Pennsylvania Volunteers
     Initial Commanding Officer: Colonel Charles Thomas Campbell, of Franklin County, Pennsylvania
» DATE ORGANIZED: August 5, 1861 for 3 Years (With the exception of Battery I, organized on March 2, 1865.)
» PLACE ORGANIZED: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
» PRIMARILY COMPOSED OF MEN FROM: Franklin, Indiana, Lawrence, Luzerne, Montour, Philadelphia, Schuyllkill, Susquehanna & York County
» History of Pennsylvania Volunteers; Author: Bates, Samuel P.
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» Muster Roll of the Field & Staff
» Muster Roll of the Unassigned Men
Battery A, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery B, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery C, 1st PA Light Artillery
Battery D, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery E, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery F, 1st PA Light Artillery
Battery G, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery H, 1st PA Light Artillery Battery I, 1st PA Light Artillery