I have several questions in response to your question "Should I participate in the following Battles?":
1. Why are you asking the question?
2. What drives you to share CW History?
3. Are you a member of a CW Reenactment Group that participates in these events or would you joining the fun as an individual?
4. How would you like to participate . . . Federal? Confederate? Civilian? Infantry? Calvary? Artillery? Signal? Medical? etc., etc., etc.,
Of course my answer is always "YES!" if you have the time, energy, and money for travel. What better way to meet others involved in sharing history and to learn more about those specific Battles and the individuals who participated in them.
TSC Lowe, Aeronaut
Well, there were two living histories during the 150th about Anderson's Sumter garrison. There was an event five or six years before that known as ReOcc. Impression was the first federal troops who reoccupied Sumter after Confederates vacated Sumter in February, 1865.How does one do a Fort Sumter reenactment?
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