Recreation Living History By Historical Region North America United States Civil War Military Units New York
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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20th Independent Battery - New York Volunteer Artillery
Provides a history of the original unit, a roster, a photo gallery and contact information. Located in Fort Schuyler.
69th and 88th New York Volunteers
English group reenacts the Irish Brigade; unit history, member and contact information, events schedule, drill and kit descriptions, image gallery.
69th New York State Volunteers
Dedicated to honoring and preserving the history of the first regiment of the Irish Brigade. Located in the Greater New York metropolitan area. History, event schedule, member information, and photos.
77th New York Regimental Balladeers
Musicians reenact the military musicians of the Civil War Period. Photos, newsletter, events schedule, audio samples, CDs.
79th New York Cameron Highlanders
Reenactment of a Scottish American unit of American Civil War. Includes regimental history and uniform information, events schedule, school programs, photo gallery, and contact information.
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