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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11th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Monument
Contemporary photo and inscription on monument dedicated on October 8, 1894 at Antietam National Battlefield in Maryland.
11th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Company A
Union Civil War living history organization provides photo gallery, news, events and recruiting information.
16th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry Monument
Contemporary photo and information on obelisk dedicated on October 8, 1894 at Antietam National Battlefield.
17th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry
Rosters, regimental histories, engagements and imagery of Civil War unit.
27th Connecticut Regiment Infantry
Information from Wikipedia on the military unit established in 1862.
2nd Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery Regiment
Photographs and historical information provided.
7th Connecticut Infantry Regiment
Vintage photos and historical information.
9th Connecticut Regiment Infantry
Information from Wikipedia includes organization and early service, duty in Mississippi, subsequent service and links.
Company F, Fourteenth Connecticut Volunteer Infantry
Photos, newsletters, history, event schedule and sutler list.
Company G, Fourteenth Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry
U.S. Civil War re-enactment group shares its schedule of appearances and information on membership.
Fighting Sons of Erin: Connecticut’s Irish Regiment in the Civil War
Vintage photo and information from Diana McCain, originally published on Your Public Media.
First Battery Connecticut Volunteer Light Artillery
A uniformed historical society representing a union battery of light artillery during the American civil war.
History of the 13th Infantry Regiment of Connecticut Volunteers During the Great Rebellion
Transcript of publication dated 1867 by Homer B. Sprague, principal of the Connecticut State Normal School.
List of Connecticut Civil War units
Information from Wikipedia includes Infantry, Cavalry, Artillery and references.
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