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|Annual Civil War Days, September tbd 2013 princeton-indiana.com
Annual Civil War Days, Sept. 9th, 10th, and 11th , 2011. School Day on Friday, Sept. 9th - $1.00 per student. – Encampment and Battles, Period music by Red Bank ReUnion Band, and presentations at Lafayette Park on Sept. 10th and 11th. Celebration of 150th Anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War, Rememberance Service, Lincoln at the Train Station, Attempted Train Robbery, Vintage Baseball Game, Skirmish at Lafayette Park, Camp Dance. Church service and Skirmish on Sunday. Water and fire wood provided. Evening meal provided on Saturday. Bounty for the first five cannons. Sutlers by invitation only. Contact email@example.com. Or visit www. Princeton-indiana.com. Don and Mary Ann O’Neal 812-385-6821
|Blackford County Civil War Days, October 11-13 2013 www.hartfordcitycwdays.com
Hartford City IN
21st annual anniversary of Blackford County Civil War Days and 15th annual Educational Day. CAVALRY
$30 powder bounty to mounted cavalry (only).
Current Cogging required.
Powder ration to the first 200 arriving at the event.
$125 powder bounty for full scale (57" wheels and full length tube), or $100 powder bounty for full scale mountain howitzers (all guns must be approved by the overall artillery safety commander). Ongoing skirmish up to battle both days, tactical Sunday morning, military ball, payroll, artillery night firing, demonstrations, parlor games, ladies tea and fashion show. $50 drawing each day for one CS & US soldier. Hay, straw, wood, plus Saturday evening meal provided. Registration free for all persons except sutlers. Sutler fee - $25.00 (donated to the Blackford County Monument Fund). No modern facilities or electrical hook-ups on site. Campground within four miles. Host units are 49th Ind. Vol. Inf., Co. F and 50th Vir. Inf., Co. D. Sponsored by the Blackford County Civil War Reenactment Club.
|Battle of Camp Wildcat, October 18-20 2013 www.wildcatreenactment.org/
near London KY
Battle of Camp Wildcat, London, Kentucky,
sponsored by the Laurel Home Guard. The three-day event begins with a
school day Friday. As many reenactors as possible are encouraged to come
early and help share living history with the 800-1,400 children who
usually attend. We would also like demonstrations of period crafts,
impersonations, and enough people for a small skirmish for the students.
|Annual Civil War Revisited, October tbd 2013 www.valleyhistory.org/index.php?c=19
The Fresno Historical Society and National Civil War Association
present the largest living history reenactment of the Civil War in the Western United States.
at Kearney Park, Fresno, California. This beautiful park is transformed into encampments for Union and Confederate soldiers and Civilians to the amazement of spectators. Two battles daily with field hospital reenactments following the battles. Our focus this year is medical history. Meet Harriett Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Clara Barton, President Abraham Lincoln, our Generals and many more historic figures!
Camp Night - Don't miss the Sons of the San Joaquin!
Two dinners: Soldiers Dinner and Generals Dinner
|Battle of Fort Crawford, October 11-13 2013 www.battleoffortcrawford.com/
We invite you to join us for the annual Battle of Fort Crawford, hosted by the 26th Louisiana Infantry, Co G, and Lane's Battery. All re-enactors and members of the public are welcome to attend. We have lots of space, trees, and plenty of amenities for reenactors, including water, hay, wood, and extra gunpowder. Events include a School Day with demonstrations and exhibits, chili cookoff, three battles, Western Days parade, dance, and church service. Please visit our website for more details, schedule, and contact information.
|Camp White Sulphur Springs Living History, October tbd 2013 www.arkansastoothpick.com
Sulphur Springs AR
Family-oriented event will be a great time to learn about the Civil War in Pine Bluff and Jefferson County. Camp White Sulphur was one location the Confederate military used in reorganizing the Army of the Trans-Mississippi during 1862.
|Shadows of the Blue and Gray, October 12-13 2013 www.shadowsoftheblueandgray.com/
Living History Artisans at work, Battle Reenactments, Storytellers, Period Dance, Night Cannon Firing.
|Historic Fair, October 05-06 2013 www.nps.gov/civilwar150/events/event-item.cfm?eventID=946
History comes alive in Andersonville. Georgia the first weekend in October when hundreds of Civil War reenactors set up camps and stage two realistic mock battles. Sutlers selling Civil War uniforms and accouterments, guns, swords, flags and Civil War era civilian clothing add color and interest as do craftsmen such as gunsmiths, blacksmiths, basket makers, quilters, weavers, and artists of all kinds. Large Childrens Area.
|6th Maine Battery Cannon Firings, October 12-13 2013 fortknox.maineguide.com/events.html
Fort Knox ME
A full scale Civil War era Parrot cannon firing demonstration will take place throughout the day. This is the real deal and will provide some explosive excitement for all who visit.
|Cedar Creek Weekend, October 19-20 2013 www.ccbf.us/reenactors/
In October we will feature our "Cedar Creek Weekend.' For the next two years, we will not reenact the Battle of Cedar Creek as a lead-up to our 150th event in 2014. In stead, we will feature commemorative actions surrounding other significant engagements in the Shenandoah Valley in 1864, such as the Battles of Fisher's Hill, Toms Brook, and others.
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