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August 16 - 18, 2019 – Saltville, VA – 155th Anniversary Battles of Saltville Reenactment and Living History

Relive the battles that took place 155 years ago in Saltville, VA, the Salt Capital of the Confederacy. Bounties paid. Meal provided on Saturday with wood, hay and water provided. One of the lowest sutler fees around with no size limit for set up. School day on Friday is free for local schools. Kids only battle on Saturday. Battles on Saturday and Sunday. Register online at

( or you may register at the gate. For more info contact Terry Hunt at(276) 496-5988 or Dee Dee Holmes at (276) 685-9597 or ( or on the web ( . All proceeds go back into next year’s reenactment. Hosted by the Saltville Historical Foundation.

August 31 – September 1, 2019 – Decatur, AL – Battle for Decatur

Come see reenactors fighting battles using infantry, cavalry, cannon and battle tactics unique to the War between the States. Battles start at 2:00 p.m. daily. History comes to life each Labor Day weekend in the River City when more than 200 reeanactors offer mock battles, drills and demonstrations for the public to experience. Set to take place September 1-2, 2018, at Point Mallard Park in Decatur Ala., the Battle for Decatur Civil War Reenactment commemorates the four day battle, which took place in October 1864, telling the story of Decatur’s small, but significant role in the War Between the States. The annual event is hosted by the 1st Alabama Cavalry Company G “Wheelers Escort” and admission is free. Sponsored by the City of Decatur, Decatur Morgan County Tourism, Morgan County Commission and Camp 580 Sons of Confederate Veterans Alabama Division, the Battle for Decatur Civil War Reenactment is held at Point Mallard Park, a 750-acre municipal park providing year round recreation facilities in Decatur, Ala. Admission is free. For more information, call Larry Thomson, SCV Camp 580 Adjutant, at 256.520.2906.


September 21 - 22, 2019 – Zoar, OH - Zoar Civil War Reenactment

See history come to life at the annual Zoar Civil War Reenactment on September 21 - 22, 2019 at Historic Zoar Village in Zoar, Ohio. Join the ranks at the Zoar Civil War Reenactment with over 1,500 Civil War soldiers and civilians for a weekend, and experience life in the 1860s at Ohio’s largest and greatest Civil War event! Walk through historic Union and Confederate camps, witness cavalry and artillery demonstrations, enjoy the Saturday Civil War Ball, tour all 10 of Zoar’s historic buildings, and much more! This event is only every other year, so don’t miss your chance to take part in this weekend filled with fun! Website:

September 27 - 29 2019 – Angola, IN – Civil War Days

YEAH!!! US 20 completed so mark your calendars for Angola Civil War Days and American History Time Line Event. Civil War skirmishes will be held on Saturday and Sunday, which includes cannon fire. School day will be held on Friday September 27, 2019, from 8:30 AM to 3 PM. Camps open to reenacters on Thursday Sept. 26, registration through facebook or upon arrival. Infantry needed. Reenactor pot luck dinner Saturday evening. Camps open to the public from 9 AM to 5:30 PM on Saturday and 9 AM to 3 PM on Sunday. There will be presenters, music and sutlers. Saturday night dance at 6:30 PM. Public welcome to participate. For questions or information call Tom Frederick at 260-316-4676.

September 27 – 29, 2019 – Blountville TN – Battle of Blountville

Experience the Battle of Blountville Civil War Reenactment and Military Park on September 27-29, 2019 at the Old Hawley Farm in Blountville, Tennessee. Commemorate the Battle of Blountville which occurred on September 22, 1863 in beautiful Northeast Tennessee. Drawing over 7,000 visitors to its arena in previous years, the award-winning event is held annually on the beautiful 60-acre site known as the Old Hawley Farm. Union and Confederate reenactors will perform continuous living history demonstrations including infantry, mounted cavalry, artillery drills and full-scale reenactments of the Battle of Blountville. REENACTMENT CONTACT Department of East TN Reenacting Phillip Bishop, (423) 782-9668 Richie Ireson, (423) 292-3451 MILITARY PARK CONTACT

Battle of Blountville Military Park Shelia Hunt, (423) 323-4660 For More Information Contact one of the following representatives from the Department of East Tennessee Reenacting: Phillip Bishop, (423) 782-9668; Richie Ireson (423) 292-3451; or Shelia Hunt (423) 323-4660..

September 28 – 29, 2019 – Waynesville, OH - Reenactment, at Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village

Reenactment, at Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village, 3999 Pioneer Village Road, Waynesville. Living history camps and demonstrations 10 am-5 pm. Battles at 2 pm each day. $5/adult.


October 4 - 6, 2019 - Pea Ridge, AR - Battle of Pea Ridge

The Battle of Pea Ridge (also known as the Battle of Elkhorn Tavern) was a battle of the American Civil War. It was fought at Pea Ridge in northwest Arkansas, near Leetown. Union forces, led by Brigadier-General Samuel R. Curtis, moved south from central Missouri, driving Confederate forces into northwestern Arkansas. Major-General Earl Van Dorn launched a Confederate counter-offensive, hoping to recapture northern Arkansas and Missouri. Curtis held off the Confederate attack on the first day and drove Van Dorn’s force off the field on the second. This Civil War battle, one of the few in which a Confederate army outnumbered its opponent, essentially established Union control of most of Missouri and northern Arkansas. Reenactment event created for 77th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.

October 5 – 6, 2019 – Ararat, VA - 28th Annual Civil War Encampment and Living History Weekend

JEB Stuart Birthplace Trust announces the 28th Annual Civil War Encampment and Living History weekend for October 5-6, 2019 Location: Laurel Hill and birthplace of Maj. Gen. J. E. B. Stuart, CSA Address: 1091 Ararat Highway, Ararat, VA 24053 Time: Opens 9:00 A. M. Admission: $8.00 per person, children 12-under free Free Parking Program includes: Battle scenes both days, 1800’s Fashion Show, Saturday night dance, Sunday Morning Church Service, String Music, Food Vendors, Civil War Sutlers and much more. Come with the entire family and enjoy. Come meet the Civil War Generals. Telephone: 276-251-1833 All proceeds go toward preserving the Birthplace. E-mail: Web site:

October 25 – 26, 2019 – Sandersville, GA – Occupation of Sandersville

Commemorating the 155th Anniversary of General Sherman’s Occupation of Sandersville, October 25th and 26th, 2019. All impressions, infantry, cavalry, artillery, medical, and civilian are welcome. Saturday morning attend the Battle of Sandersville when Federal Troops march from camp into the town square and an angry Sherman orders the burning of the courthouse. Saturday afternoon will feature the US Colored Troops, the Military Time Line, and a variety of sutlers and vendors at Forest Grove Plantation. Saturday night “7 Lbs of Bacon” band will entertain at the Blue-Gray Ball, and Sunday afternoon a tactical battle will be open for public viewing. All events are free except the ball and the Sunday battle; tickets are available at the gate. See for more information and registration. Sandersville is between I-20 and I-16 on Georgia SR 15.


November 1 – 3, 2019 – Nancy, KY – Battle of Mill Springs

Held on historic Mill Springs Battlefield, last chance to be on the actual battlefield. Daily battles, Civil War encampments, sutler area, 1860’s food, an evening ball Saturday night, Civil War music and crafts, lots more to see. Sponsored by the Atlanta Campaign. To purchase tickets or other information please call 606-636-4045 or 770-296-1870 or visit

November 23, 2019 – Gettysburg, PA – 63rd Annual Remembrance Day Parade

The annual Remembrance Day parade in Gettysburg, Pa. established by the Sons of Union Veterans, now sponsored by the Sons of Veterans Reserve, briefing will be at the Wyndham Hotel at 9:30 a.m. Parade will step off at 1:00 p.m. For further information please contact: Brig. Gen. Henry E. Shaw, Jr. Deputy Commander SVR Phone: 740-369-3722, Cell: 740-815-3284 Email:

November 23, 2019 – Gettysburg, PA – Original Civil War Remembrance Ball

The original and official ball of remembrance day Music by the Philadelphia Brigade Band with dances led by the Victorian Dance Ensemble Period dress encouraged, but not required Door prizes, plus prizes for Ladies Cake Walk Cash Bar Time: 8PM-Midnight, 23 November 2019 Place: Wyndham Gettysburg Hotel 95 Presidential Circle, Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717-339-0020) Price: $20 per person in advance $25 per person at the door Make check payable to “SVR Remembrance Day Ball” Include stamped, self-addressed envelope for tickets Mail to: Brig. Gen. Henry E. Shaw, Jr. 27 Griswold Street Delaware, OH 43015-1716 740-369-3722, cell 740-815-3284 e-mail: hshaw@columbus.rr com Ticket orders received after 16 November will be distributed at the Ball BALL PROCEEDS ARE DONATED TO THE GETTYSBURG NATIONAL MILITARY PARK FOR MONUMENT PRESERVATION


December 7, 2019 – Four Oaks, NC – A Civil War Christmas at Bentonville Battlefield

10:00 a.m. Come celebrate a Civil War Christmas during this Holiday open house event. Visitors can enjoy cookies and cider while listening to period music. Members from the 27th NC Co. D will demonstrate how soliders spent their holidays. 5466 Harper House Rd Four Oaks, NC 27524 Contact: Amanda Brantley (910) 594-0789

December 7, 2019 – New Market, VA - Christmas on the Farm

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Join us at the historic Bushong Farm. Visit with our living historians and discover how a family carries on in the face of national crisis. There are games to play, stories to hear, treats to eat, songs to sing AND a visit from a special Christmas visitor. 1859-1864 Visit the soldiers of Company F, 51st Virginia Infantry and bring some Christmas cheer to them far from hearth and home. Lend a hand with chores or join in the holiday celebration! CONTACT Brittney Phillips Office Manager Hours:

Open daily year-round 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., except New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and day. P: 866-515-1864 F: 540-740-3033 Virginia Museum of the Civil War

New Market Battlefield State Historical Park 8895 George Collins Parkway P. O. Box 1864

New Market, VA 22844

March 2020

March 13 – 15, 2020 – Ft. Pierce, FL – Raid on Ft. Pierce

It is with Great Honor that we again present the 20th Annual Raid on Fort Pierce Civil War Reenactment and Living history, The Fort Pierce Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans, Pvt George W. Thomas, Camp 1595, and the 12th Brigade Col Lang’s Defenders, takes pride in presenting the rich history and diversity of Florida in the 1860s and forward.

Information: School day is on Friday, March. 13th. Battles are at 1:30 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Ladies’ Tea is at 11:00 am, Saturday, and a Grand Bon Fire Frolic will be held in the Confederate Camp at 7:30 Saturday evening. If you play a musical instrument, feel free to bring it to the Frolic. We need cavalry for the school day, and artillery is welcome. The Ladies of the Order of Confederate Rose will be cooking dinner for school day participants on Friday evening, breakfast on Saturday and Sunday, and supper on Saturday evening. There will be a bounty for the first Union and Confederate artillery pieces registered. Firewood, water, and hay provided. If you have a persona or officer impression, and you would like to talk to the school kids, we would greatly appreciate your help. Please send me your comments and visit our Facebook page, Raid on Fort Pierce. Reenactor Fee: None – Donations welcome. Contact: Reenactors and sutlers contact Jim O’Dell at (772) 318-8258 or Website: