Recreation Living History By Historical Region North America United States Civil War Military Units
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.
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1st U.S. Infantry (Recreated)
A progressive Civil War reenacting unit from the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Central Texas areas, site contains recruiting and contact information, newsletter, events, photos, equipment, articles, and links.
20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Company G
Northern California Civil War reenactment group with membership, contact, research information, photographs, and official records.
28th Georgia/123rd New York Volunteer Infantry
Family-oriented re-enacting unit based in the Resaca area in North Georgia, portraying both Confederate and Federal units.
2nd US Cavalry, Company H
Equestrian living history group presenting the history of dragoons and cavalry during the American Civil War at reenactments, National Parks, and competitions in the Mid-Atlantic area.
52nd Regimental String Band
Civil War re-enactor musicians performing Confederate and Union impressions nationwide. Based in Tennessee. Albums, photos, repertoire, schedule, and biographies.
The First Federal Division
The First Federal division is made up of the Army of the Pacific, the Western Brigade and the Frontier Brigade and the Cavalry Brigade in order to provide a division organization at national level events.
Mississippi Valley Brigade
Dedicated to the accurate portrayal of the western Confederate forces during the War between the States. Links to member battalions and infantry units.
The Valley Division
An association of independent soldiers, companies, battalions and civilians with the same goals on what reenacting should be. Contacts and links to individual units, division policies, and schedule.
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