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22nd Annual Battle of Aiken,      February  19-21  2016      battleofaiken.org
Aiken  SC

Come join us and see history come alive with cannons, cavalry horses and living history experts. For three days, reenactors eat, sleep, live and fight in a painfully recreated version of the world in 1865. This War Between the States event has grown from a few hundred men with muskets to a full-blown Civil War festival. In addition to battle reenactments, there are authentic 19th-century military encampments, living history presentations, reproductions of medical facilities, an engineer and signal service, and civilian portrayals. Food vendors will be available. Cost: Adults: $12; Ages 6 to 12: $6; Under age 5: Free
  
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40th annual Battle of Olustee,      February  12-14  2016      battleofolustee.org
Sanderson  FL

40th annual Battle of Olustee reenactment at Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park, Sanderson, 8-5. Site of Feb. 20, 1864, Confederate victory. Friday school day. Battles both days, living history, lectures, period music, military & civilian demonstrations, color ceremonies, exhibits. Sponsored by Florida Park Service, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Olustee Battlefield Citizen Support Organization, The Blue Grey Army of Florida Inc.
  
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Battles For New Berne,      March  5-6  2016      rainsbrotherscamp1370.com/battlesfornewberne
New Bern  NC

Held On The Historic Bellaire Plantation Farm
1100 Washington Post Rd.
New Bern, NC 28562

Saturday's Battle, Battle of New Berne March 14th 1862
Sundays Battle, Battle Of Batchelder’s Creek Feb. 1st 1864
Sponsored and Organized by the SCV Rains Brothers Camp 1370 & The 5th North Carolina State Troops Co.D &< The 7th North Carolina State Troops Co.F

The Re-enactment will be held on historic Bellaire Plantation, eight miles east of New Bern on Highway 43. It is the last and largest brick plantation country house of the 18th century in North Carolina, the Bellaire Plantation (c. 1734) is a majestic three-story brick building approached from Highway 43 N. by two long driveways, one lined by lavish old cedars. Georgian handcrafted woodwork greets visitors at the imposing eight-paneled door and continues through the main rooms. Original family furnishings are still in the house, probably because Bellaire was specifically guarded from harm during the occupation of Federal Forces during the Civil War by order of Gen. Ambrose Burnside. The written order, dated March 20, 1862, still hangs on the wall at Bellaire. The basement holds the cooking fireplaces with crane, tools and ironworks of the period.
  
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Annual Civil War Weekend in Buchanan,      April  29-1  2016      townofbuchanan.com
Buchanon  VA

Annual Civil War Weekend in Buchanan, a James River supply depot. April 29th through May 1st. Street battles reenact Union Gen. David Hunter's troops entering town June 13, 1864, after crossing the upstream shallows. Registration fee $10 by April 1, walk-ons allowed.
  
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Battle of Warm Springs Reenactment,      May  14-15  2016      2ncmi.org
Warm Springs  NC

Battle of Warm Springs reenactment in Hot Springs area of 2nd N.C. Mounted Infantry activity and skirmishes. $5 registration by April 1, $10 later.

Throughout the Civil War, the mountain passes and roads between Tennessee and North Carolina were vital for the movement of troops and supplies. None were more important than the Buncombe Turnpike built in 1828 that ran through the mountains at Warm Springs, North Carolina. This area would see many conflicts throughout the war, with both sides trying to gain control of the area.
Come visit and experience firsthand Confederate and Union Armies clashing in battle. Infantry, Artillery and Cavalry elements will be engaged in controlling this vital ground. Visit period vendors and buy what the soldiers would have bought. Stroll through the camps and talk with the soldiers, listen to their stories, enjoy the camaraderie of their fires and songs.
  
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17th Fire on the Genesee Reenactment,      May  20-22  2016      fireonthegenesee.com
Mt. Morris  NY

17th Fire on the Genesee reenactment, Letchworth State Park, Mt. Morris. Friday education day. Battles both days, Saturday dance, Sunday morning church service. Bounty for artillery on field. $5 by May 7, $8 at registration table. Proceeds to maintain park's Civil War Parade Ground & Museum. Hosted by 5th Virginia Cavalry, 28th New York & Fire on the Genesee Committee. For information, Tim & Diana Bucknam, 585-507-6847.
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9th Annual Lehigh Valley Civil War Days,      May  20-22  2016      friendsofcampgeiger.webs.com
Whitehall  PA

9th Annual Lehigh Valley Civil War Days (aka Camp Geiger) at Whitehall Parkway, Whitehall. Early-war battles both days. Living History Street with medical, Sanitary Commission, historical personages. Artillery & cavalry demonstrations, music, speakers. Saturday concert & night artillery firing. Cavalry, artillery & sutlers by invitation. Registration $10 until March 15, $15 to April 30, $20 after.
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Battle of Deep Creek reenactment,      May  28-30  2016      spokanecivilwar.com/
Spokane  WA

Battle of Deep Creek reenactment at Medical Lake near Spokane. Sponsored by Washington Civil War Association. For information, Bob Davisson, 509-995-8619 (evening).
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24th Annual Peterboro Reenactment,      June  11-12  2016      the12thus.com
Peterboro  NY

24th Annual Peterboro Reenactment in Peterboro. Skirmish both days at 2 p.m. No registration fee before June 1, $5 after & walk-ons. Hosted by 12th U.S., Co. A. For information, Carol Mayers, 315-633-8844, caroljmayers@yahoo.com.
  
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Battle of Chehalis River,      June  18-19  2016      wcwa.net
Chehalis  WA

Battle of Chehalis River, Chehalis. Sponsored by Washington Civil War Assn. For information: Kevin@saville.net.
  
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