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7th Michigan Cavalry, Co. F / 1st Nevada Cavalry, Troop D, Reno, NV, ,
Company F/Troop D is a combination of members from the American Civil War Association and Nevada Civil War Volunteers. We portray mounted and dismounted cavalry from the American Civil War through World War II. We are based out of Reno, Nevada and travel to events in Nevada and California.
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Pawnee Guard, Panama City, FL, ,
The Pawnee Guard is a not for profit Historical Reenacting Unit that portrays Marines, Sailors and Infantry from the Civil War. We operate mostly in North Florida and Southern Alabama, but we also try and attend a national event each year, often up north, like Gettysburg. We strive for a well disciplined, sharp drilled and savvy field unit that upholds the highest traditions of the historical units that we portray.
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Army of the Shenandoah, Shenandoah, VA, ,
The Army of the Shenandoah is a family friendly Civil War Reenactment Organization. We represent the men, women and children of the Shenandoah Valley during the War Between the States-1861-1865. We are a national, multi-state organization. Visit our website to learn more about which states our units are located in.
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4th Texas Co. E The Lone Star Guard, Metro Detroit, MI, ,
The 4th Texas Company E is a volunteer organization portraying soldiers and civilians from the American Civil War. Through the recreation of events, members of the organization represent both the 4th Texas Company E and the 16th Michigan Company B for various educational events around the Great Lakes region and beyond. The Multi-Lakes Association for Civil War Studies (MLACWS), is the overarching, non-profit organization that works to raise money for historic preservation. MLACWS members are mainly from Southeast Lower Michigan, but members come from all over the Midwest and Southern Canada.
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C Co. 6th U.S. Infantry, Wyoming, Colorado, WY, ,
Our unit was formed a few years ago in Wyoming. Now we have members in Wyoming and Colorado. We work closely with the other units in our region. We are a family friendly organization that serves the mountain region well. Our time period is the 1850s through the 1860s. We do parades, battle reenactments, living history presentations, drills, ceremonies, honor guards, post garrisons and a lot more. We are in need of everything so whether you want to be a civilian, military, or musician, we need you. Come join us today!
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27th Virginia Co.G "Shriver Greys", North east Ohio, OH, ,
We represent a unit of the Stonewall Brigade. Based in North East Ohio.
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42nd Georgia Volunteer Infantry, Company B, Stone Mountain, GA, ,
We are a family friendly company that does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, gender, disability, etc. We have one Captain, two Sergeants and one Corporal, in addition to many Privates. We also have an artillery branch led by one Lieutenant and one Sergeant. When we galvanize, we portray the 125th Ohio, Co. B. Recruits are always welcome in our ranks and by our fire.
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69th Regiment New York State Volunteers Company “C” 1st Regement Irish Brigade, So. California, CA, ,
Today’s 69th N.Y.S.V. Co. C was founded over 20 years ago and since that time the 69th has been a major influence in the development of Civil War reenacting and Living History events throughout Southern California.

We are currently a charter member of C.R.A.I.C. - California Re-enactors for American and Irish Cultures, a non – profit organization, and are affiliated with many other Civil War and Living History organizations here in the Southland.
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First Texas Company B, Denver, CO, ,
The First Texas company B is one of the best Civil War reenacting organizations comprised in the hobby of living history and Civil War reenacting. The unit is headquartered in Colorado and commanded by Capt. Kevin Hall, a reenacting veteran of some 20 years.

The 1st Texas Co. B also participates in other living history events from classroom demonstrations to parades. This organization also portrays Federal soldiers when called upon to do so in order to balance the scale at major Civil War events or for some living history events right here in the Rocky Mountains that the organization takes part.
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Fourth Texas Regimental Light Artillery , Englewood, CO, ,


2nd Colorado Volunteer Infantry, Midwest, OK,TX,AR,LA,MS, ,
Welcome to the 2nd Colorado Volunteer Infantry located in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. This site serves as a recruiting and communication tool for our Living History Program. We offer a wide variety of services to the public including: Living History programs for Classroom or Public Festivities, Ceremonial Services for Patriotic days of observance,and Battle Reenactment and Civil War themed events to educate the public.
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First Colorado Volunteer Infantry , Denver, CO, ,
The First Colorado Volunteer Infantry is an American Civil War living history group. We portray Company D that fought against the Confederacy in the 1862 New Mexico campaigns. Our male members form up as an infantry unit. Our female and invalided members portray civilians of the period.
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13th Kansas Infantry Regiment, Kansas City, MO, ,
The 13th Kansas is a non-profit Federal Civil War Reenactment Regiment located in NE Kansas and NW Missouri. We pride ourselves on portraying a typical trans-Mississippi federal regiment. We have a love for living history that goes far beyond the battlefield and we have a place for anyone with a mid-nineteenth century impression. Based around Kansas City in both Kansas and Missouri.
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1st US Sharpshooters, Company H, Long Island, NY, ,
The 1st US Sharpshooters seeks to authentically recreate Company H of the Berdan Sharpshooters, from their conception in 1861 through transfers to the 124th NY and 93rd NY.
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1st U.S. Vol. Regiment, Co. H, Montana, MT, ,
A Federal Civil War company that was stationed at Fort Benton MT in 1865, the 1st U.S Vol Regiment, Co. H was established in 1864 and composed of Confederate prisoner of war and Federal Officers. The reenactment group was formed in 2013 to meet the needs of the growing Civil War reenactment individuals in the state of Montana.
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36th Texas Cavalry CSA dismounted, Dallas Ft Worth, TX, ,
We are a Civil War Reenactment Group looking for men, women and their families who want to get involved and perform authentic Living History Presentations on and off the battlefield.

Our unit is family-oriented and strives to portray accurate historical impressions in honor and memory of the brave men and women of the American Civil War. Our aim is to provide opportunities to experience and understand life, both camp and military, during the Civil War. Through reenacting, we can sha
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15th New York Heavy Artillery, , PA, Ron,
Portraying the Fifteenth New York Heavy Artillery, Co.C, since 1981. We are an experienced campaigner progressive unit; accurately recreating the Federal heavy artillerymen on campaign.We are seeking to add new recruits, and have members from Eastern PA, NJ, CT and NY.
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