Welcome to the 10th Pennsylvania!Posted by Admin on 11 December 2011
This is the homesite of the Western Pennsylvania Civil War Reenactors' Society. The group is also known as the 10th Pennsylvania Volunteer Reserve Corps, Company G. That's the military designation of an actual unit from the Civil War that we honor through our service to community.
The group is made up of Military and Civilian Reenactors and their families.
Hopefully you'll find more useful information about our group as you read through the pages of this website.
The photo to the right (I meant the other right) comes to us from one of our Kids' Militias that can often be experienced at one of our events.
Our group believes strongly in making the Civil War come to life for the youth. This is evident in the number of school talks that we do each year. In 2011 we provided programs at 10 area schools.
10th Penna Tintype by Drew TannerPosted by Admin on 16 October 2012
Soldiers of the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves attending the Droop Mountain 149th Reenactment. Photography by Drew Tanner. You can see more of Drew's work at Drew Tanner Photography.
After posing with Drew on a beautiful Autumn afternoon atop Droop Mountain we were fortunate enough to enjoy Drew's company around our campfire that night.
Mercer Memorial Day 500Posted by Admin on 10 June 2012
Members of the 10th Pennsylvania Reserves Marching in the Mercer Memorial Day 500, honoring our Veterans in reverence and in awe of their sacrifices both past and present.
The 10th PVRC at The Old Stone HouseUpdated by Admin on 04 February 2014
One of our favorite haunts locally is The Old Stone House, located in Butler County, Pennsylvania.
The Stone House is operated under the direction of Slippery Rock University. From time you time you will see the 10th PVRC occupy the grounds, in and around The Old Stone House.
This past December a few of our re-enactors, took over The Old Stone House to provide tours and give visitors a taste of the Victorian life.
You can see the 10th PVRC in a documentary on "The Stone House" produced by Brett McGinnis, of Digital Media Production.
Havng invaded the Old Stonehouse the weekend of March 31 & April 1, 2012
First Sergeant Frampton has the troops
Sergeants having received orders, salute Captian Robinson
Corporal Novak barking commands
Sergeant Rouda questions a recruit, "Aren't you a little too young?"
What We Do...Posted by Admin on 11 December 2011
As a Civil War Reenactment community we participate in a number of activities. Our charter as an organization is under the Mercer County Historical Society. Part of our charter is to foster an interest in the Civil War in Mercer county, Pennsylvania. You may have seen us as some of the local events in and around Mercer, Grove City and Slippery Rock.
Please drop by and see us at our local events, or catch us a bit further away if you can make it to some of the national events in the Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia areas. See Our Events Schedule