Final preparations are underway for the annual Battle of Selma Civil War Reenactment. The four-day event features nearly a dozen separate events — highlighted by two Civil War battle re-enactments. Read Entire Article
As many as 6,000 people are expected to turn out in November during two days of re-enactments tied to the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Franklin. Read Entire Article
A group of Holly Hill homeowners held an American Civil War battle re-enactment in a residential area which had no historical connection to the war. It’s raising eyebrows among people who are uncomfortable with it. Read Entire Article
During the week of April 14th Ouachita County will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Occupation of Camden, Arkansas and the Battle of Poison Spring.
The year was 1862 and Arizona was part of New Mexico Territory. Tucson was a sleepy little town of 2,000 people. Interstate 10 was more than a century from being built, Read Entire Article
The 14th annual Civil War re-enactment, sponsored by the Visions In Time Foundation and the Vista Antique Gas and Steam Museum, is back all weekend long in Vista. Historians, entertainers, food vendors, merchants and hundreds of participants in the Civil…
For most of the Civil War, Waynesboro was a quiet town. Confederate forces and supplies would pass through on their way to the front. However, this would change in 1864-65 with a minor action, then a second sharp skirmish and…