|Blakeley 2017 One Last Redoubt, March 31-2 2017 pflandrum.wixsite.com/blakeley2017
JOIN THE ATTACK ON FT. BLAKELEY, IN MOBILE, ALABAMA WITH COMPANY C, 83rd Ohio US Federal Authentic immersion event. 31 Mar-2 Apr 2017.
|Shiloh 155th Commemoration, April 6-9 2017 shiloh155th.com/
Pittsburg Landing TN
|Hartford City Civil War Days, May 12-14 2017 hartfordcitycwdays.com
Hartford City IN
Civil War Reenactment, Indiana’s Largest Artillery Night Firing.
|McDowell 2017, May 5-7 2017 facebook.com/events/484847201682188/
Southern Division Sponsored Event Living history and battle reenactments in scenic Highland County Virginia. Planning on some new twists to the Saturday fight(s) in town, along with civilian and public interaction. Sunday's Sitlington's Hill fight on the original ground is a great end to the event! Preservation effort to benefit the Highland County Historical Society.
Hosted By the 37th Virginia Infantry, Pridgeon's Shenandoah legion and the Southern Division, L.L.C.
|9th Lehigh Valley Civil War Days, June 16-18 2017 camp-geiger.org/
The weekend will include a battle reenactment each day centering on the events during the second year of the war. This will include fighting in trenches and a tactical. Living History Street with medical demonstrations, US Sanitary Commission, historical personages, children’s games and much more. Artillery and cavalry demonstrations. Period music and speakers throughout each day. Saturday evening concert followed by artillery night firing. Sutlers and food vendor will be on site to serve reenactors and spectators. Water and wood will be provided. Ice and straw available for small fee. Cavalry, artillery and sutlers by invitation only.
Registration fee-$10.00 until March 31st, $15.00 April 1st to May 15th, $20.00 after May 15th. Sutlers fees - $50.00 until May 1st, $75.00 May 1st- 30th. No sutler registration after May 30th.
|On to Richmond - Seven Days Battle Reenactment , June 2-4 2017 endview.org/reenactment-information.php
In the spring of 1862, the cry “On to Richmond” was echoed by Union troops moving towards the Confederate capital under General George B. McClellan. These troops hoped to end the Civil War by capturing the city. What they weren’t expecting was the aggressive tactics of General Robert E. Lee, new to command of the army tasked with defending Richmond. The “Seven Days” battles produced some of the deadliest battles seen in the war up to that point and gave many soldiers their first taste of battle.
As a result of the fighting here in 1862, these two armies would continually face each other in Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania for three more years in some of the most well-known battles of the war.
Now, 155 years later, the sights and sounds of these battles will come alive again as reenactors portray soldiers of both armies at Endview Plantation and Lee Hall Mansion. This event will feature battles, living history programs, demonstrations, and historical talks.
Brought to you by the city of Newport News, Endview Plantation, Lee Hall Mansion, and Rear Rank Productions.
|155th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, June 10-11 2017 oldbedfordvillage.com/events.php
This year, commemorating the 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam. Hundreds of troops and horses relive the Civil War. Visit the camps. Battles complete with cannons both days. Spectacular!
|Barracks to Prison Pen Preservation Challenge 2017, June 23-25 2017 elmiracivilwar.com/reenactors
The goals of the event are to:
- Recreate the arrival of the first POW detachment in Elmira July 6, 1864 and establish a prison camp operation on original ground.
- Raise awareness of the Friends of the Elmira Civil War Prison Camp’s mission (elmiraprisoncamp.com)
- Conduct a preservation challenge of $75/participant for preservation projects and educational programs
- Dedicate the reconstructed original camp building
- Conduct a memorial ceremony at Woodlawn National cemetery
- Generate additional historical research about Elmira’s Civil War story
The historical basis is July 1864, starting with the first arrival of CS POW’s in Elmira.
- Union Impression (capped at 100) – 16th Veteran Reserve Corps
Camp Commander – Alex Stowe (Maj Henry V. Colt, 104 NY)
1st Company (30 men) - Rob Carter (email@example.com)
2nd Company (30 men) – Dave “Grumpy” Towsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
3rd Company (30 men)– Pete Berezuk (email@example.com)
Unassigned US Colored Troops (10 men) - TBD
- Confederate Impression (capped at 300) – Mixed impressions, roster with names & units of the first detachment arriving in Elmira TBA. All were transfers from Point Lookout, MD, predominately Spotsylvania/Overland Campaign.
CS Coordinator – Michael Phillips (Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ward NCO’s - TBD
- Civilian Impressions (capped at 100) - Representative of citizens residing in the town of Elmira in July 1864. Links to local data including a directory detailing businesses, residents and fraternal organizations to be posted at a later date.
Civilian POC – Terri Olszowy (email@example.com) / Joan Bartlett (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Registration fees will include an historical ration issue for military members. Civilians will provide their own & a reduced fee will reflect that. Registration will open in late 2016.
Participants apply as individuals and asked to provide a photo showing the planned impression to be approved by the respective impression coordinators before being accepted. Standards TBA.
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|Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment , July 1-3 2017 gettysburgreenactment.com
The Gettysburg Anniversary Committee is pleased to announce the military command for the 2017 (154th) & 2018 (155th) National Gettysburg Anniversary Civil War Reenactments. Command has been accepted by General (USA) Darrell Markijohn to lead the United States Volunteers and General (CSA) Tim Perry to lead the Army of Northern Virginia.
The acceptance and selection of both ANV and USV was preceded by an honest and constructive dialogue seeking to reinforce past event successes; while also recognizing the need for some change or improvement in other event details. It was agreed this constructive dialogue will be on-going and continue through both events.
The Gettysburg 154th on July 1, 2, & 3, 2017 will be at the Gettysburg Movie Site (Yingling Farm) next to the Historic Sachs Mill Covered Bridge overlooking the Roundtops. This smaller event footprint has been a rousing success with reenactors and visitors the past two years, with beautiful views and close proximity of battlefield, camps, sutlers and parking. Some exciting changes are in the wind for the Gettysburg National 155th Reenactment at the Redding Site on July 6, 7 & 8, 2018. We are currently working with both command staffs to re-evaluate the battlefield and site layout. There are some very promising ideas and options that we will be refining prior to Remembrance Day Weekend. We anticipate announcing more details Remembrance Day weekend.
|Newburgh Remembers, July 14-17 2017 newburghmuseum.com/newburgh-remembers/
Newburgh, Indiana will host its second annual reenactment of the Newburgh Raid, Civil War Skirmish and the Andrew Huston Trial from Friday, July 14, 2017 through Sunday, July 16, 2017. This event will remember the history of those who participated in, and were impacted by, Johnson’s Raid on Newburgh in 1862.
“Newburgh Remembers” is an event designed to bring back to life the sights, sounds, and tastes of Newburgh life during the American Civil War, including a spectacular night cannon fire presented by the 18th Indiana Light Artillery. We will also feature a special visit from Abraham Lincoln.