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33rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. F, , WV, Nick Miller, ovi33rdregiment@yahoo.com
We are an authentic Civil War Living-History organization based out of West Virginia, Kentucky, and Ohio, representing the men that served in the 33rd Regiment of Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Company F.
  2008-11-20 00:00:00

118th Pennsylvania, PA and the UK, PA, Phil Golder, recruits@118th.co.uk
118th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment, a UK based civil war re-enactment group. We attend events all over the UK and live, sleep and fight as they did during the American Civil War 1861-1865.
Click here for the Company's website.
  2008-11-09 00:00:00

2 North Carolina Mounted Infantry, Columbus, NC, David Smith, 2ncmi@windstream.net
Unit Co E, 2nd NC Mounted Infantry is primarily a Union group but also portrays Confederate if needed. Co E is located in western NC and attends Civil War reenactments scattered throughout western NC and the surrounding states.
Click here for the Company's website.
  2008-11-09 00:00:00

Reb Chaplain, Corbin, KY, J. W. Binion, rebchaplain@gmail.com
Unit Presentation of period worship services, performance of period weddings (in states where authorized), and presentation of persona of Lt.Gen./Bishop Lenodias Polk. Available for reenactments/living histories in KY, TN, VA, and Northern GA. If you need a chaplain, please contact Rev. Dr. Binion at rebchaplain@gmail.com or (606)304-7766, PO Box 380 Corbin, KY 40702. Any reenactor who portrays a chaplain is welcome to join our group. This is a ministry from our heart and calling.
  2008-10-02 00:00:00

CompanyH 13th Virginia, Altoona, PA, Mike Mitchell,
Member of the 10th battalion A.N.V the best battalion in the A.N.V known for its drills and authenticity
  2008-09-25 00:00:00

Burroughs Battery, Tenn. Light Artillery, , TN, Len Robbins,
A Civil War Reenactment Group located in East Tenn.We are a horse drawn unit.
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  2008-09-19 00:00:00

4th Ga. Co. E Volunteer Infantry, , GA, Kevin Davis,
Based in Albany,ga. We are a progressive family unit with memebers from all parts of the country. We portray infantry, artillery and navy.
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  2008-09-19 00:00:00

Robinson's Battery, Battle Creek, MI, John Hughes,
Robinson's Battery is a reenactment group dedicated to the accurate portrayal of the men who served in Battery C, 1st Michigan Light Artillery under the command of George Robinson, through research, publications, reenactments, ceremonies and living history demonstrations.
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  2008-09-19 00:00:00

22nd Massachusetts Vol. Infantry, , MA, P. Brown,
The 22nd Massachusetts is one of the largest Civil War reenactor groups in New England. The majority of our members hail from the Greater Boston, South Shore and Cape Cod areas. We are a non-profit, family-oriented organization seeking to bring history to life and to honor the memory of all those who served in the Civil War. We invite anyone interested in living history and education to join our ranks.
Click here for the Company's website.
  2008-09-19 00:00:00

30th NCT Co K, Charlotte, NC, Doug Wright, dbwright15@email.com
Family oriented mainstream civil war unit. Membership is primarily in southern piedmont of NC. Member of the 4th Regt, Army of Northern VA.
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  2008-09-19 00:00:00

22nd South Carolina Vol. Inf., , SC, 803-749-9563, twentysecondscvi@yahoo.com
Unit 22nd SCVI is a new family-oriented reenacting/living history that is being reformed in South Carolina. We have sound military foundation and fundamentals. This is one the best new units in SC. If you have a desire to honor your ancestors and defend your heritage, then the 22nd SCVI is for you. See website for more details and membership.
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  2008-04-25 00:00:00

Army of the Southwest, Creston, IA, O. J. Fargo,
Under the broad name of "Army of the Southwest Civil War Reenactors" we encompass the 4th Iowa Volunteer Infantry, 9th Kentucky Infantry, Third Iowa Light Field Artillery, Cobbs Battery (Confederate) and the 7th Iowa Cavalry.
Click here for the Company's website.
  2008-04-23 00:00:00

2nd Missouri Infantry CSA, , MO, Dan Hill, moconfed@gmail.com
The 2nd Missouri Infantry, Company K, CSA is a civil war reenacting unit that portrays Missouri State Guard, Confederate and Union soldiers throughout Missouri and neighboring states
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  2008-04-18 00:00:00

1st Arkansas Infantry Co D, CSA, Pine Bluff, AR, 870-247-8674, info@arkansastoothpick.com
1st Arkansas Infantry, Co. D based in South East Arkansas. Attached are the 1st Arkansas Artillery and 1st Arkansas Civilian Corps. Galvanize as 5th Kansas Cav. Dismounted.
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  2008-04-07 00:00:00

2nd Fl. Vol. Infantry Reg. Co. D, Tallahasse, FL, Webmaster, webmaster@leonrifles.com
The Leon Rifles are American Civil War reenactors who have formed an organization that does Living History as a hobby. We have no political ties and have no political agenda. Our unit, based in northern Florida, does this strictly because we enjoy history and enjoy each others company. As history buffs who enjoy living history rather than just reading about it, we sometimes portray other soldiers or civilians from the pages of US history. For instance, several of our men are into Spanish-Amer
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  2008-03-15 00:00:00

6th Kentucky Infantry, Co. C, CSA, , KY, CptJefferies, jefferies1861@yahoo.com
Become a part of the famous KY Orphan Brigade with the 6th Kentucky Infantry, Company C. We also have Artillery, Medical, and Civilian groups. Check out our site for lots more info
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  2008-03-06 00:00:00

Stanford's Mississippi Horse Drawn Battery, Utica, MS, 601-885-8082, StanfordsBattery@aol.com
We are a Horse Drawn Artillery Unit. We pull our original 1862 3" Ordnance Rifle with our horse drawn team at Living Histories, Re-enactment & Cermonies
Click here for the Company's website.
  2008-02-28 00:00:00

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