Pennsylvania Line


Pennsylvania Line

The Pennsylvania Line of the Continental Army originated in 1775 was organized into thirteen regiments and several independent companies.

*1st Pennsylvania Regiment
*2nd Pennsylvania Regiment
*3rd Pennsylvania Regiment
*4th Pennsylvania Regiment
*5th Pennsylvania Regiment
*6th Pennsylvania Regiment
*7th Pennsylvania Regiment
*8th Pennsylvania Regiment
*9th Pennsylvania Regiment
*10th Pennsylvania Regiment
*11th Pennsylvania Regiment
*12th Pennsylvania Regiment
*13th Pennsylvania Regiment


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