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History of Co A, 14th IND. ( VOL.)
Park County's offering of 100 men became Company A of the 14th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. They were mustered into service on June 7th of 1861 and were one of the first to serve three years in the eastern theater seeing action at such famous battles as Gettysburg, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Antietam. They were mustered out of service on June 6th of 1864 following the battle of Cold Harbor. Some members of the current unit can trace back to original members.
Co A was a Christian unit and this is preserved in the current structure. We encourage young men to join and maintain a moral camp. Many letters were sent home to Indiana denouncing the behavior of soldiers in other units.
Battle Honors of Co A 14th Ind.
Battle of Rich Mountain Chancellorsville
Cheat Mountain Gettysburg
Battle of Winchester New York City conscription riots
Battle of Port Republic Battle of the Wilderness
Battle of South Mountain Spottsylvania
Anteitam Spottsylvania Courthouse
Frederickburg Cold Harbor