HISTORICAL CLAY PIPE BOWLS with NEW CUSTOM BAMBOO REED STEMS
Glenwright Pipes is an on-line pipemaker (www.etsy.com/shop/GlenwrightPipes) making a limited number of period reed and other pipes using antique clay pipe bowls made in the earliest days of the Pamplin Smoking Pipe and Manufacturing Co. (1878-1951) and others. These pipes are not bright and shiny! They ARE historical and unique.
FREE SHIPPING within the Continental USA (1st Class) and a FREE ANTLER TIP TAMPER (2-1/2 TO 3" long) with each pipe!
12th Virginia Infantry Co B
We are a family orientated group that is looking for members who are interested in positively and publicly portraying and recreating the lives of Virginia Soldiers and Civilians during the period of American Civil War. You can contact us at 12thvirginia.org or at our Facebook Page.
A Civil War Era Historical Fiction Novel
|Annual Reenactment of the Battle of Monmouth, Jun 22-23 2019 www.friendsofmonmouth.org/
Featured on our list of top battle reenactments of 2018, come and experience what life was like during the Revolutionary War in this annual reenactment. See the Continental and British armies battle, just as they did in 1778. Hear the roar of Cannon and the crack of muskets! Activities will be held throughout the day.
|Battle of Fort Beauregard, Jun 7-9 2019
The 5th La Infantry will be hosting the Battle of Fort Beauregard, June 7-9 in Harrisonburg, La.
POWDER RATIONS FOR ALL BRANCHES
NO REENACTOR FEE
Please Contact Billy Johnson email: email@example.com
|The Gettysburg 156th Anniversary National Reenactment, Jul 5-7 2019 gettysburgreenactment.com/
For the past 25 years GAC has been putting on the annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment in Gettysburg each July. There is no better way to make those dusty old history books come alive then to experience first-hand the battles, live mortar fire demonstrations, talk with Generals, Infantry, Artillery, and Cavalry at the 156th Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment July 5, 6 & 7, 2019. Nowhere else can you hear the clashing of swords, the thunder of hooves, the smell of black powder, the sound of artillery shells bursting in the air and hear that distinctive rebel yell other than at this stimulating event. This year's event will feature daily battles and an extensive Living History Village. It will also include a Living History Activities Tent with a variety of interactive demonstrations that you will be able to see throughout the day, all three days.
|Montcalm's Cross, Jul 20-21 2019 www.fortticonderoga.org/events/fort-events/battle-reenactment-montcalm-s-cross/detail
Fort Ticonderoga NY
Join Fort Ticonderoga for an exciting two-day battle re-enactment highlighting the epic 1758 Battle of Carillon! Witness how the British amassed the largest army in North American history to date yet was stunningly defeated by a French army a quarter of its size. Highlighted programming featured throughout the weekend brings to life the story of the courageous French soldiers that protected their lines of defense against all odds. Visitors will meet the British and Provincial soldiers who gave their utmost to drive the French from the rocky peninsula and fortress of Carillon, later named Ticonderoga. Climb aboard tour boat Carillon and see the story from the waters of Lake Champlain. Tours are offered at 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Experience the fog of war and smoky haze of battle as the French and British armies maneuver across Fort Ticonderoga.
|8th Annual Abingdon Civil War Weekend, Jul 27-28 2019 www.facebook.com/AbingdonCivilWarWeekend/
Free Civil War living history weekend.
Saturday, 9am-6pm and Sunday,10am-3pm
July 27 & 28, 2019.
Battle both days at 2pm.
Part of the popular Virginia Highlands Festival.
Meet living historians portraying Civil War military and civilians.
|West Boggs Park Civil War Reenactment, Jul 19-21 2019 westboggs.com/events/civil-war-reenactment-2/
Step back into time as you enter into this 19th century based weekend!
Come and enjoy:
Civil War battle reenactments
President Abraham Lincoln presenter
Living history provided by the reenactors at their encampment
Time-lined vendors (Traders Row)
Children activities and scavenger hunt
Time period demos
Artillery (8 cannons)
Civil War Military Ball with time period band and dance caller
Ladies Fashion Show
Ladies Tea Time
Night fire over the lake
Time-period apparel and merchandise available for purchase!
Food and drinks available for purchase!
All are encouraged to attend and learn about the living history of the Civil War era! Stop by anytime during the day and walk through the encampments and check out activities and demos!
|Redcoats and Rebels, Aug 3 2019 www.osv.org/event/redcoats-and-rebels/
See the largest military re-enactment in New England with nearly 1,000 soldiers portraying British, Irish, Spanish, Scottish, French and Colonial troops. The Village is transformed into a military camp from the time of the War for Independence, as it was known in early New England. Come see what it was really like for those who fought to win Americas freedoms.
On Saturday, August 3, you can stay for special extended hours. The Village grounds (excluding historic buildings) will be open until 8:00 pm and visitors can mingle with troops in their camps from 5:00 pm 8:00 pm. There is no additional charge for the evening program. (The Village will close at its normal time, 5:00 pm on Sunday.)
|Battle of Richmond, Aug 24-25 2019
|25th Anniversary of the Battle of Tunnel Hill, Sep 6-8 2019 www.civilwarrailroadtunnel.com/home.html
Tunnel Hill GA
Battle of Tunnel Hill Civil War Reenactment Admission
(September Event Weekend Only)
Kids 12 and under: FREE
(Cash preferred - check accepted)
(Credit/debit card not available)
Parking: Free (donations accepted)
|155th Anniversary of The Battle Of Blountville, Sep 27-29 2019 www.battleofblountville.com/index.html
The Department of East Tennessee Reenacting will present the 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Blountville Civil War Reenactment. The event is co-sponsored by the Sullivan County Department of Archives and Tourism and the Battle of Blountville Civil War Military Park.
For additional information about the 2018 Reenactment, please contact one of the following representatives from the Department of East Tennessee Reenacting: Phillip Bishop, (423) 782-9668; Richie Ireson (423) 292-3451; or Shelia Hunt (423) 323-4660.