Living History/US Civil War portrays the era of 1861-1865 via the reenactment of battles and daily living. These include artisans, duels and military combat, first-person interpretations, historic research, period garb, and use of the era's common tools and objects.
This category is specific to groups of Civil War reenactors who portray military regiments or small units authorized by the Civil War Governor of the home state. It includes Divisions, Brigades, Battalions, Companies, and individual units.
Reenactment troop portrays Collis' Zouaves. Unit history and pictures, membership information.
Southern California, family-oriented, reenactment group. Includes a list of activities, affiliated units, photo albums, a schedule of events, a newsletter and recruiting information.
The 142nd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company -F An active family reenacting unit, we strive to portray an authentic impression of military and civilian life during the American Civil War.
A non-profit group dedicated to the portrayal of one of the most active Cavalary Units in the Civil War. History, enlistment, and event schedule.
UK based ACW re-enactment group. Includes historical information, UK event details, FAQs for potential new members, contact details plus reports & photos from past events.
A Civil War Re-enactment web site dedicated to informing the public about our unit with a emphasis on the Irish soldiers who fought in the unit.
Union reenactment group based in North-eastern Pennsylvania; photos, schedule, newsletter and links.
Reenactors portray Civil War life; unit history, membership information, photo gallery.
Very authentic reenactment unit participates in encampments, battles, Living Histories events, parades, and school programs. Unit history, events schedule, photo gallery, member news and information.
Dedicated to Berdan's 1st $ 2nd United States Sharpshooters. They are a living history group who represent Company "C" 2nd Regiment Sharpshooters from Pennsylvania.
A Tampa Bay volunteer organization dedicated to the preservation and portrayal of civil war history and heritage.
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