Recreation Living History By Historical Region North America United States Civil War Military Units Progressive Units
The hobby of Civil War Living History is a very diverse makeup of participants. One of the "wings" of the hobby is dedicated to getting as accurate a portrayal of soldiers of the war as possible. Because of the difference of commitment of authenticity between this wing of the hobby and the more "mainstream" wing, the websurfer/potential recruit, an potential recruit/web surfer should be made aware of the distinction. This category is for the Progressive units of the hobby. The reason that these units are not listed in state form is that often these units are more "regional" than locally based.
2nd South Carolina Cavalry, Iron Scouts
Campaign-style unit which reenacts all over the Southeast.
First Minnesota Volunteer Infantry, Co. D - Lincoln Guards
Formed to educate the public about the unit's role in the war and life in general of the common Union soldier. Includes a history of the original unit, events, membership details and photos.
Sixth Battalion, Southern Legion, Army of Northern Virginia, an organization of Confederate reenactors based in the New England area. Representing over 350 Civil War military and civilian reenactors, our member units are based in four states. Events schedule, membership news and contact information.
Vermont Civil War Hemlocks
Very authentic reenactment group of Lyndon, Vermont, portrays the common Vermont infantry and artillery soldier; newsletter and member information, events schedule, photo gallery
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