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Civil War Signal Corps and United States Military Telegraph


Civil War signal corps sign
A Member of
The

The Ohio Valley Civil War Association

and an
attachment of our parent unit, the
19th US INFANTRY

"Preserve--Honor--Educate"


Civil War Signal Corps Detail
with
sponsorship by the
Signal Corps Regimental Association
and direct affiliation with the MID STATES LIVING HISTORY ASSOCIATION

"The ONLY living history Flying Telegraph unit"



With the
Signal Corps Museum
located at Fort Gordon, Georgia.

The staff and museums at Gettysburg, Manassas, Stones River, Fort McAllister , and Kennesaw Mountain.

And with details from
Battery C 1st Ohio Light Artillery , the 35th Ohio VI, the 19th Us Infantry, and Birge's Western Sharpshooters as well as the "Ladies of the Civil War" who portray some of the women members of the USMT and the many civilian operators common during the Civil War.


Beardslee
Flying Telegraph

OVCWA

Signal Corps
Flags/Torches

OVCWA

U.S. Military
Telegraph

OVCWA

Represenative
Event Reviews

OVCWA
CONTACTS
AND
UNIT INFO
MEDALS
RECEIVED
CAMP
OF
INSTRUCTION
INFORMATION
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BEARDSLEE
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MANASSAS
MUSEUM
19th United States
Infantry cemetery
in Detroit
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SIGNAL CORPS
REGIMENTAL
ASSOCIATION
Sons of Union Veterans
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FLYING TELEGRAPH
AT CROSSROADS
VILLAGE
SIGNAL CORPS
150th
ANNIVERSARY
PRINT

Signal Corps Museum

Fort Gordon
NEW!
J.WILLARD BROWN
THE SIGNAL CORPS
IN THE
WAR
OF THE
REBELLION

(complete book)
NEW!
DAVID HOMER BATES
LINCOLN
IN THE
TELEGRAPH OFFICE

(complete book)


The Civil War Signal Corps and United States Military Telegraph drawings, backgrounds and artwork used in these sites are the original work of Margaret Grayvold of Bock and Wall Internet Marketing.



A Bock&Wall Internet Marketing LLC sponsored site

Webmasters for www.civilwarsignal.org,
www.unitedstatesmilitarytelegraph.org and www.beardsleetelegraph.org are Dave Bock, Ted Wagner, and Dave Harbin.


The wood sign for both the Signal Corps and the United States Miltary Telegraph communications center was designed and made by
Doug Roush, Commander of the 19th US Infantry.