Presented 15 June 1998 .. by Heartland Hills at Geocities
Hello Helen Marie,
Thank you for visiting our corner of the web, signing my guestbook and giving me the opportunity to visit your site. I was very impressed by all the hard work you have put into the site and have to congratulate you on an outstanding achievement in web site design, both in appearance and content.
I just wanted to add that your site is very informative, resourceful and reflects a very high degree of creativity and professionalism. A wonderful dedication to those that fought in the Civil War. Very nicely researched and presented.
I have enclosed our Award of Excellence for your site.
Presented 18 January 1999 .. by Civil War in Miniature
To Webmaster: Ms Helen More,
Please find attached, the 1999, "Civil War in Miniature" Historic Site Award.
Your site is being awarded because of its excellence, unique format, historical significance and because of its contribution to students, educators and interested parties of the great American Civil War.
Congratulations on your hard work and diligence. The Internet is a better place because of your contribution! The intention of the Internet was to spread knowledge and be an information highway, therefore, your contribution is vital to everyone!
Your link will now be shown among others considered to be one of the finest Civil War sites on the Net.
Webmaster and Creator, Roger L. Curry
Presented 6 July 1999 .. by Civil War Fife & Drum
My .. must your typing fingers be tired !! You have done a wonderful job on your website! This site surely honors the galliant ancestors of yours who chanced their lives to restore the Union. I proudly present you with my award for your superb job on your website. Please, keep up the superior work.
- Paul Boccadoro
Presented 12 August 1999 ... by Civil War Web
Dear Ms. More,
Thank you for visiting Civil War Web, and for submitting your site for our "Recommended Website" Award. Your "Civil War - Pennsylvania Regiments" was a pleasure to review, and we are happy to present you with our award as our way of saying .. "Congratulations for a job well done". Again, thank you for your support of Civil War Web.
Webmaster - Civil War Web
Presented 22 December 1999 .. by BillyYank
I recently visited your site and definitely believe it deserves recognition. I enjoyed the great graphics and the wonderful information provided at your site. You should be very proud of your accomplishments and keep up the wonderful work. I am proud to to present your "Civil War Ancestors - Pennsylvania Regiments" with the Civil War Site of Excellence Award.
Very respectfully yours,
"Golden Web Awards"
Presented by International Association of Webmasters and Designers
9 February 2000 and 8 March 2001
28 July 2001
It was a genuine pleasure to review your site on Pennsylvania regiments.
Descendants of brave men, I am sure, applaud your efforts to record for
posterity, their actions at a time of this country's greatest turmoil- The
American Civil War. In researching my GGGrandfather's Confederate regiment,
the Ninth Georgia of Longstreet's I Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia,
there are several instances in which Georgia and Pennsylvania regiments
fought each other. Sgt. M.O. Young of the Ninth, in his recollections at the
Atlanta Archives, credited the Penn. troops as being some of the better
fighters in the Army of the Potomac. Sadly, the 9th left many of her bravest
men in unmarked graves in Pennsyvania around Gettysburg, at the Wheatfield.
For your efforts on the Web, I hope you will accept our Award of
Excellence. This Award is earned, not granted, for making significant
contributions and expanding the general public's knowledge of the Civil War.
This Award is recognition for your work and must pass the scrutiny of the Ninth's
three-judge panel. Congratulations for a job well done!
Web(Reb)master of the:
Ninth Georgia Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A. 1861-65
Grunts Military Web Site Award .. February 2003
Background Music: "American Medley"
Please select any portion of the following underlined Chapters:
Civil War - Pennsylvania Regiments
The Blue Uniform My Family .. A Call to Arms "Dear Mother" ... 1862 Letter A Proper Burial
Roll of Honor ... Our Fallen Lads The Drummer Boy Medal of Honor - Sgt. Pursell
104th PA Regiment Battle of Fair Oaks 69th PA - Irish Brigade of Philadelphia
72nd PA - Sgt. George Leidy Hess
"The Gettysburg Address"
"Dear Mrs. Bixby" ... 1864 Letter - President Lincoln
From the Halls of Montezuma - U.S. Marine Corps
"Pledge of Allegiance"
My name is ... "Old Glory"
September 11, 2001 .. "Let's roll"
Vietnam .. "The Brotherhood"
Appomattox .. "The Blue and Gray"
Philly in the 1940's .. A Trip down Memory Lane
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