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Path of blood : the untold story of the Kittanning PA. Regiment in the American Revolution

by Harold Frederic, William C. Frederick III with William J. McMaster Sr.
Kittanning, Pennsylvania : W.C. Frederick, c1998
2 v. in 1 : maps, port.


"The 8th Pennsylvania Line Regiment (The Bloody Foot Regiment) from its beginnings during the mid-1774 to its last days at Fort Pitt in 1783" -- T. p.

"Armstrong County Pennsylvania Year 2000 Bicentennial Anniversary Observance Publication" -- T.p.

Select bibliography: p. 116 of v. 1.

The Kittanning Regiment was so named because it was headquartered in Kittanning, Pennsylvania. The companies were collected from the present-day counties of Westmoreland, Greene, Fayette, Somerset, Washington, Armstrong, Allegheny, Beaver, Bedford, Fulton. It was originally formed in 1774 as a patrol on the frontier during the Pennsylvania and Virginia boundary dispute. In 1776 it was transferred to the Continental Army.



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