We will be attending the event Mississippi Stands on the 23rd through 25th of February 2018 in Baldwyn, Mississippi. We will be portraying the 35th Alabama Infantry Regiment in four battles, which includes Corinth, Iuka, Ripley, and Harrisburg. Registration is $20.00 before February 5th, 2018, and will be $30.00 after that date. Registration is a group registration, so contact me to make arrangements. Most of these battles are 1862, so early war impressions are recommended, including civilian attire, battle shirts, and the undyed Vicksburg uniforms.
Event Website: http://1stdivision.net/mississippi-stands-2018
Unit Designation: 35th Alabama Infantry
Portrayal: 1862 Confederate
Event Dates: February 23rd – 25th, 2018
Event Location: Brices Cross Roads National Battlefield, 128 MS-370, Baldwyn, MS 38824
Registration Type: Group
Fees or Dues: $20.00 Registration before February 5th, 2018, $30.00 Registration after.
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Join us as we raise a consolidated company, and perhaps battalion, for the 155th Battle of Gettysburg, portraying the 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment. Our goal is a minimum of 33 men, forming Company F "Huntsville Guards", but have plans for growth if we achieve twice that number or more. This is a consolidated company, consisting of efforts by multiple units, with the goal of portraying a company (or battalion) from the west that fought in the east. At this time, the 35th Alabama, and the 44th Georgia have pledged towards this effort. If interested in joining us for this endeavor, please contact Captain Matthew Joe Mallory at email@example.com or call at 256-617-1543.
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Col. James W. Robertson
35th Alabama Infantry
Col. Gilbert Hathaway
73rd Indiana Infantry
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We are a Living History/Re-enacting association dedicated to preserving the history of the War of 1861-1865. We do not tolerate racism or discrimination of any kind. However, certain portrayals and even images may be offensive to some people. This is the heritage of millions of Americans, regardless of race or creed. They fought for whichever cause they felt was right. Our cause is showing and teaching that history.