The 114th PA Vols, Co. A - Collis' Zouaves
Original 114th PA Photos
Enlisted MenUnknown Private
Unknown Private, courtesy Gil Barrett Coll., USMHI.
Unidentified Private, courtesy Dick Tibbals Coll., USMHI.
Unknown Private, Zd'A
Unknown Private, courtesy Michael J. McAfee.
Drummer Boy, Co. H
Pvt. George Summers
Cpl. Kenderdine, Co. F, Color Bearer. Mortally Wounded at Sherfy Farm. Courtesy LOC.
Pvt. Matthew Bradley, courtesy Barbara S. Freeman Coll., USMHI.
J.Albert Smith and an Unknown Private, Co. D. Thanks to descendant Ted Decker for the ID!
Sgt. Henry Smallbrook, Co. H.
Postwar GAR photo of Frederick Schaffer of Co B., 114th PA. Thanks to Lydia Kearney for use of this photo of her ancestor.
Officers, Musicians, and Marie TepeGeneral H. T. Collis, 1865.
Capt. F. A. Elliot, killed at Chancellorsville.
Frank Rauscher, Band Leader and author of Unit History
Multiple Photos and info on Marie Tepe, the 114th PA's Vivandiere. Yes, it's TEPE, NOT TEBE! And it's pronounced "Tep"!
Group PhotosReunion of B Company, 114th PA circa 1895. Used with permission of Lydia Kearney, descendant of Frederick Schaffer of Co. B
The 114th PA's Band, Petersburg, 1864. Courtesy LOC.
Gen. Grant and Staff conferring at Massaponnax Church, VA. The arrows point out members of the 114th PA as HQ Guard. Courtesy LOC.
Zouaves Lounging at Massaponnax Church, 1864. Courtesy LOC.
Members of the 114th PA at an Army Commissary Depot at Petersburg, 1864.
Members of the 114th PA in Winter Quarters, Brandy
Station, Va 1864. Courtesy LOC.
114th PA, Co. G at Petersburg, VA in August 1864. Courtesy LOC.
114th PA, Co. H at Petersburg, VA in August 1864. Courtesy LOC.
The Famous "Ambulance Drill" photo of the 114th's PA, Co. H Courtesy LOC.
Another View of the Ambulance Drill, Co. H. Courtesy MOLLUS.
114th PA, Co. F at Petersburg, VA in August 1864 with fixed bayonets. Courtesy LOC.
114th PA, Co. F at Petersburg, VA in August 1864 posed informally. Courtesy MOLLUS.
Winter Camp, Brandy Station. Courtesy MOLLUS.
Another View of Winter Camp, Brandy Station. Courtesy MOLLUS.
114th PA Members on Provost Guard Duty. Courtesy LOC.
114th PA Standing Guard Mount. Courtesy LOC.
Enlarged Guard Mount Photo. Look at Zouaves in camp in rear of photo!
Detail of 114th PA's Band at Guard Mount. Notice the forage caps and no leggings!
Members of the 114th PA at Army Headquarters in 1864. Courtesy LOC.
Detail of 114th PA Zouaves from HQ Photo. Notice medals on 2 zouaves!
Detail of 114th PA Zouave Guarding HQ Tents.
Army of the Potomac Repair Shop, 1864. Courtesy LOC.
Detail of 114th PA Zouave at Repair Shop. Note height of Zouave!
114th PA Items and Battlefield SitesPlaque showing location of Zouaves d'Afrique at the Battle of Antietam.
Ridge near Joseph Miller's Cornfield where Zouaves d'Afrique were initially engaged at the Battle of Antietam.
Plaque showing location where Zouaves d'Afrique were sent in a 2nd time (as reinforcements) at the Battle of Antietam.
114th PA Recruiting Poster!
Regimental Colors of the 114th PA
"Z.d'A. 114 PV" Boxplate issued to the 114th PA.
Wooden Canteen or Keg of a member (Soldier #9) of Company C, 114th PA.
Jacket of Corporal John W Dewers, Company B, complete with Regimental Medal. Wounded in right arm at Gettysburg.
Medal of John W Dewers, Co. B, 114th PA. Collis Zouaves--114th Penna Vols--Company B---John W Dewers --- 1862
114th PA Reunion Ribbons.
Broadside Advertising a "Grand Military Concert" featuring the Zouaves d'Afrique! Note that many of the songs are in French!
Court Martial of the Chaplain of the 114th PA.
Reunion ribbon from the 114th PA.
The Sherfy House.
Monument to the 114th PA at Chancellorsville. Thanks to Dave Ward for the Photo!
114th PA ArtworkBattle sketch of members of the Zd'A at the Battle of Winchester. NEW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A Collis Zouave Sleeps His Last Sleep. Courtesy GAR Musuem, Philadelphia.
114th PA Going into action at the Battle of Fredericksburg, by Karl Röchling Commissioned by Colonel Collis himself.
Painting of the Mud March, with a 114th Member in his talma for the painting's Focal Point.
Painting of the 114th enagaged with Barksdale's men in the Peach Orchard, by Mort Kunstler.
Dan Nance's Painting of the 114th PA at Fredericksburg
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