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Incorporation InformationThe 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, Inc., Welcomes You

Where the past meets the present for the future

     The 11th Pennsylvania Regiment is a Philadelphia based reenactment unit dedicated to the preservation of history and the accurate interpretation of the military and civilian roles of men, women and children in 18th Century America for the education of the general public.  We welcome all individuals who share a serious interest in 18th Century folk life.  CLICK HERE to learn about joining our unit.

     The original "Old" 11th Pennsylvania Regiment was created on October 25, 1776, and served in many battles during the American War for Independence between 1776 and 1778.  CLICK HERE to learn more about our unit's history.

CLICK HERE to open an unframed version of our website.

Wise Philosophy

 

Soldier of the Pennsylvania Line

 

Last Updated : May 25, 2017

 

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Charging the Chew House

 

CLICK HERE to see what we

looked like in July 1999

 

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Remembering those who lost their lives on 9-11-2001

 

Membership has its rewards: Join our unit and you get access to our chat group

 

What are your interests? (Click on the ICON)

CLICK HERE to see the Infantry

CLICK HERE to see the Artillery

CLICK HERE for ALL THINGS FRENCH

CLICK HERE to visit the PA State Navy site (Linked Site)

CLICK HERE to visit the 4th Contl Lt Dragoon site (Linked Site)

 

Infantry Artillery French Navy Dragoons

 

Grand Union Flag

CLICK HERE to visit our PATRIOT page

CLICK ON THE PICTURE to take a look

at us in The Patriot with Mel Gibson (1999)

Bennington Flag

     Note: To the new user.  This website is very graphics intense, so bear with us on the download times.  We strive to give you as much information as possible without sacrificing quality. There are many links to various pages and photos, so be sure to click on every icon and underlined text that you find, and see where it takes you.

 

- HERE IS WHERE THE NAVIGATION MENU ON THE LEFT WILL TAKE YOU -

The HOME page The HOME Page (You're on it).  This site has over 100 separate pages and over 1,200 images (58 Mb) for your viewing and historical research pleasure.
History Read the history of the "Old" 11th Pennsylvania Regiment, what battles they participated in and what became of the unit.  Also see a master timeline for the Revolutionary War.
Upcoming Events

Take a look at which events we are headed to next, so you can join us on the battlefield.

Recent Activities

Take a peek at what we've been doing this year, and a hint at what camp life is like. We have over 1,200 pictures on this website, all of which are fully downloadable.

How do I join

Interested in joining our unit?  This page will answer most of your questions about the reenacting hobby, and what it takes to be a member of our unit.

Lifestyles

So you think you want to become a Revolutionary War soldier (or camp follower, or Woman of the Regiment)?  Do you have what it takes?  Learn about 18th Century life, including military uniforms and accoutrements, women's clothing, artillery, money, music, period food, various trades, and the state-of-the-art in the world of medicine.

How To

This page is a new addition to our site.  It give new visitors and seasoned reenactors a place to go to post little tid-bits on how to make or do certain things in our hobby.  We hope you enjoy this addition.

Links

Can't get enough of history and want to find out more about 18th Century life? Here are a number of websites to whet your appetite.

What's New Takes you directly to the most recent updates to the site.
Coming up next Takes you to the event information page for the next upcoming unit event.

 

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CLICK HERE to see how religion shaped the Revolution

Meet our Unit Members

Coates Chronicles - Our unit Newsletter

About our Site

This Continental Line Web Ring site is owned by 11th Pennsylvania Regiment.
 
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John ... goodbye, dear friend

 

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CLICK HERE to read an

An Ode to Motherhood

Presented by our very own Treusch Family Poets

 

DID YOU KNOW?

This site contains ...

258 Pages

8,434 Total Files

1,137 Photographs

1,624 External Links

15,880 Total hyperlinks

392 Total Mbytes in size

As of 5 / 5 / 2016

 

All that's missing is YOU

 

Obligatory Legal Stuff: This website is owned, operated and maintained by the Bell HomeWorks Network for the membership of the 11th Pennsylvania Regiment Inc., and is therefore restricted. Any reproduction, reposting, or alterations of this web page, its text contents, and/or its domain affiliation without expressed consent of its owner is therein restricted. All text, graphics and photographs (including those taken by the webmaster or provided to the webmaster for posting on this website) become the exclusive property of the Bell Homeworks Network. Any articles, reports, graphics, likenesses and information displayed on this site from outside sources are cited and credited, and fall within the guidelines of the 1976 Copyright Act, Title 17, Chapter 1, Section 107 (Fair Use) with regards to educational materials used by nonprofit organizations. All living history oriented sites are encouraged to link to this site, however, we would appreciate being notified.

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