10th New York Cavalry: Living History
The 10th New York Cavalry is a non-profit living history organization based in Oregon and functioning in the northwest. The goal of the group is to educate the public about the unit's history and life in the cavalry 1861 - 1865. They train horses for Civil War reenactments, parades and other living history events.
The 8th Texas Cavalry Co. B is a civil war unit from texas, also called Terry's Texas Rangers. We are reenactors protraying both conferate and union cavalrymen for the civil war period.
Railroad or train related books, videos, art, calendars, kits, models and more. Available directly form the web.
6th Ohio Cavalry site. Learn about the Horse Soldiers of the of the Civil War with the 6th Ohio Cavalry through this reenactment unit. A Unit that portrays both Union and Confederate impressions.
The 7th Texas Cavalry strives to reenact the citizen soldier from Texas. It was formed to provide enjoyable opportunities for individuals and families to experience, learn, and in return, teach others about all aspects of life in the mid-19th century. The American Civil War is one of the most fascinating and defining moments in our history.
Detailed information on the 9th Virginia Regiment of Cavalry, history during the Civil War, historic roster, regimental history as written by General Beale, reenactment unit including the regimental history and roster. Related items of reenacting interest, including horse training tips, cavalry drill, how to reenact, uniforms, equipment, weapons, links related to cavalry
Information about the New Buffalo Soldiers of Shadow Hills, CA. They portray African American cavalry in the West during the 1860's to 1870's. Includes newsletter, photos, history and links.
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The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution, and it serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with more than 162 million items. The collections include books, sound recordings, motion pictures, photographs, maps, and manuscripts.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is a national organization that works daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the United States.
A historical reenacting blog spanning 1580-1950
Official Website for author Bill Markley, author of Deadwood Dead Men. Markley is an expert in Deadwood, South Dakota History and South Dakota History: Deadwood
It was an experiment. We put out a call to people, to wander the streets of Rockford and talk to strangers. Take their photo. Then we would invite them to join us as we displayed them that night.
reenactor.Net, the on-line home of historical reenacting and living history! reenactor.Net is THE on-line clearing-house for reenactors of all periods from around the world!. We have links and articles about, to and for reenactors from all periods of history.
We are a WWII reenactment unit that portrays the Russian 9th Guards Rifles Division. We have a really fun time at our public and private events.
Welcome! You have reached the home page of the 9th Reenactment Society, a non-profit traveling museum/living history group located in the north-eastern United States. We are a collection of WWII historians and enthusiasts that endeavor to keep the memories, sights, sounds, and smells of the 1939-1945 period alive and accessible. WWII reenacting is the process of immersing yourself into the role of a soldier during the Second World War. There is no more acute way of understanding some of the stresses, dema