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  1. Welcome to the website of the Lamar Rifles, Company G of the 11th Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiment Civil War re-enactors. The majority of our members reside in and around the St. Louis, Missouri area. However, the unit also includes members that reside great distances from St. Louis. Our principle reason for existance is to promote an unbiased portrayal of Civil War history to the best of our ability and to have fun doing it.---
  2. Our Vision is to bring Civil War history to life,Our Pride in portraying the 3d IA Cavalry, Our Honoring the men who fought and die, Our Commitment to doing our best, Along with Teamwork, Will help fulfill our Mission.---
  3. The Rockingham Rifles is a gathering of individuals and families who enjoy getting together on weekends at reenacting events portraying Military and Civilian life during the Civil War. Participating in scheduled activities that include living histories, school programs, encampments, battle scenarios, memorial services, and community parades.---
  4. The Second Regimental Rifles South Carolina Volunteers is a non-profit Historical and Living History Society composed primarily of men and women from Anderson, Oconee and Pickens Counties of the Upcountry of South Carolina. It is the intent of the members of the unit to present to the general public a historically accurate depiction of the life of the common soldier and civilian of the period from 1861 to 1865 both Confederate and Union.---

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  1. Welcome to the website of the Lamar Rifles, Company G of the 11th Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Regiment Civil War re-enactors. The majority of our members reside in and around the St. Louis, Missouri area. However, the unit also includes members that reside great distances from St. Louis. Our principle reason for existance is to promote an unbiased portrayal of Civil War history to the best of our ability and to have fun doing it.---
  2. The 22nd Massachusetts is one of the largest Civil War reenactor groups in New England. The majority of our members hail from the Greater Boston, South Shore and Cape Cod areas. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to education through an accurate portrayal of the 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry and the attached 2nd Andrews Sharpshooters.---
  3. The primary methodology used by the 71st to educate the public is through Living History demonstrations at public events. The 71st also exists to provide a safe and fun family-appropriate environment for its members, and is founded on the principal that there is room in our hobby for a wide range of participation.---

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  1. Founded in 1999, the Liberty Rifles (LR) is a group of living historians who strive to accurately portray the common fighting men and home front civilians of the American Civil War, while excelling in terms of authenticity and organization.---
  2. The 22nd Massachusetts is one of the largest Civil War reenactor groups in New England. The majority of our members hail from the Greater Boston, South Shore and Cape Cod areas. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to education through an accurate portrayal of the 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry and the attached 2nd Andrews Sharpshooters.---
  3. The primary methodology used by the 71st to educate the public is through Living History demonstrations at public events. The 71st also exists to provide a safe and fun family-appropriate environment for its members, and is founded on the principal that there is room in our hobby for a wide range of participation.---

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  1. Company C, 2 nd Regiment, U.S.S.S. a living history and reenactment group whose mission is to educate the public and preserve the memory of the men who served with the First and Second Regiments of United States Sharp Shooters. We achieve our mission by volunteering our time at National Park Service events and at various local Historical Societies; through presentations at Roundtables and other educational venues; by conducting research for descendents; and through various other activities.---
  2. The current Lancaster Fencibles, in this our 44th year, take part in parades, ceremonies and live shooting competitions. Events include Lincolns Birthday Ceremony in Washington D.C., Buchanans Birthday Ceremony in Lancaster, Remembrance Day in Gettysburg, Memorial Day Parades and some living history events. Most of the fencibles participate in live shooting matches as members of the North-South Skirmish Association (N-SSA).---
  3. We formed in March of 2000. We petitioned the state of N.C. for a charter and reactivated the Pee Dee Guards. We do reenactments and living histories in N.C., S.C., Va. Penn. and Md. We have researched the original uniforms so we can do an actual impression of North Carolina troops. To achieve a better portal of the battles, we also have a Federal impression.---
  4. Founded in 1999, the Liberty Rifles (LR) is a group of living historians who strive to accurately portray the common fighting men and home front civilians of the American Civil War, while excelling in terms of authenticity and organization.---

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