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1st Regiment Kentucky Volunteers, C, , NC, 919 333 6222,
The 1st Regiment Kentucky Vols, Co E CSA is a close knit unit composed of men, women and children who share mutual respect and a love of the War Between the States history. We have members from NC, VA, MD and MI. The companies of the orginial 1st Kentucky were the first from that state to rush to arms for the South. Dedciated to the preservation of history, the 1st Kentucky strives to accurately portray the Kentucky Confederate soldier. Family oriented, we strongly believe that histroy can and s
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  2009-06-26 00:00:00

4th Tennessee Cavalry, Co A, , TN, 256-325-5058, hawkeye4tncav@yahoo.com
Civil War Reenacting unit in Tennessee, North Alabama, and North Mississippi. Dismounted Cavalry commanded by Captain Matthew Joe Mallory.
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  2010-08-31 00:00:00

Co. A, Mahone's Sharpshooters, , VA, Jon Novak,
We portray Co. A of the sharpshooter battalion of Genl. Mahone's Brigade. We are outfitted mainly as a late war unit, and generally reenact as campaigners.
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  2009-05-19 00:00:00

105th Ohio, Youngstown, OH, 3303142950, web105@roadrunner.com
We are family oriented reenacting group located in North East Ohio with member throughout the U.S.. We attended both local and national events and do several presentations for schools and living histories. We are not a campaign style unit.
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  2009-05-18 00:00:00

52nd Georgia Vol Infantry Co. I, Ringgold, GA, 706-847-1022, rebel_fireman07@hotmail.com
The 52nd Georgia Volunteer Infantry Company I attempts to accurately portray the lives of the common soldier from Georgia during the War of Northern Aggression through battle reenactments, living histories, and memorial services. We also portray the 123rd New York Infantry. Our members currently reside in Georgia, Tennessee, and North Carolina.
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  2009-05-11 00:00:00

King's Battery Mountaineers, , GA, Lisa Moss,
We are King’s Battery Mountaineers, a light artillery unit of the 14th Georgia Artillery, Company D. Our “galvanized” Federal unit is the 13th New York Independent.Formed in late 2005, King’s Battery consists of Civil War enthusiasts who want to enrich both our knowledge and heritage by participating in CW reenactments.
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  2009-04-29 00:00:00

5th Virginia Company D, New England, CT, ,
Progressive Living Historian's who strive to present an accurate representation of life of a CS soldier. We feel drill, material culture as well as camp life are all very important to this portrayal. We also participate in Campaign events (EBUFU) and have hosted our own events in Vermont. We are known as the Old Dominion Rifle's mess here in New England
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  2009-03-27 00:00:00

7th Kentucky, Co A (US), , KY, Wayne Fielder,
The 7th Kentucky is a non-profit Education Corporation in Kentucky. We focus our efforts on educational activities through reenactments, research, and presentations.
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  2009-03-23 00:00:00

Kentucky Volunteers, , KY, dwaldeck2@msn.com,
Kentucky Volunteers is a collection of reenactors who will work together with event hosts for more successful events. We are NOT simply a military organization like Western Brigade but more of a reenactor aggregator for event hosts.
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  2009-03-23 00:00:00

Cascade Civil War Society, , OR, Jason,
The Cascade Civil War Society (CCWS) is a non-profit living history organization located in Southwest Oregon. We are dedicated to the preservation of the history of the American Civil War and its impact on frontier expansion.
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  2009-03-02 00:00:00

Denmark Danes, Company K, 6th Tenn, Denmark, TN, 731-427-7897, bking49166@aol.com
We are a new unit just getting started, the Denmark Danes mustered in Friday, May 17, 1861, they became Company K of the 6th Tennessee Regiment and fought all through the war.
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  2007-02-19 00:00:00

1st Section, US Signal Corps, NY, Buffalo-Rochester, NY, Mark Hageman,
1st Section, US Signal Corps, Department of New York Dedicated to Functional, Period Correct Communications. Flag, Torch, Telegraph, etc. that was used during the war of the rebellion. We participate in Living History,, Educational, and Battle Reenactment Events! Always looking for new recruits. Proud member of The Signal Corps Association 1860-1865.
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  2009-02-16 00:00:00

Federal Generals Corp, Quarryville, PA, Jim Opdenake,
The purpose of the Federal Generals Corps is to educate the general public about the Civil War period of American History. We accomplish this through "first person" impressions of General Officers, Officers, Enlisted Men, Politicians, and Civilians. The Federal Generals Corps is a non-political, family oriented organization. Our goal is to get back to the basics of the reenactment hobby, educate the public, and have fun. Each member has an equal say in the daily operations of the organization.
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  2009-02-16 00:00:00

20th SC Vol. Inf./13th US Reg, Columbia, SC, 803 732-0676,
The 20th SCVI/13th US is the oldest continuiously active unit in SC. We are a progressive unit that travels light, looks sharp and tries to do it right. If you want to be involved in first class living history and reenacting contact us.
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  2009-02-14 00:00:00

47th NCV, Youngsville, NC, steven mills,
The 47th NCV is a family friendly unit located in central NC. We have been active in reenactmenting for 12 years in NC,SC and VA. We portray Confederate Infantry.
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  2009-02-09 00:00:00

2d Kentucky Cavalry, Co B and C, , CA, ,
The 2nd KY Cavalry is a Confederate re-enactment group based in Southern/Central California. We are a dis-mounted and mounted contingent. It is our effort that we portray and honor those who fought for what they believed in. Historically we portray units under the command of Gen. John Hunt Morgan who was known as the Thunderbolt of the Confederacy. The 2d Kentucky Cavalry is experienced in all types of educational programs, living history events and film work. While re-enacting is our passio
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  2009-01-16 00:00:00

63rdNCST, , NC, See website,
We are a family oriented, non-profit organization. We portray Cavalry, Dismounted Cavalry and Infantry that are affiliated with Hamptons Legion & LEE'S COMMAND AND STAFF 1st CORP ANV. Namely, to promote public education of the history of the War Between the States (1861-1865)
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  2008-12-15 00:00:00

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