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Vermont Civil War Weekend and Encampment - Boston Events INSIDER

Vermont Civil War Weekend and Encampment at Boston Events INSIDER Johnny's Summary
Wait a second. Canadian re-enactors are joining this Civil War encampment? Did we have Canadians getting involved in the American Civil War? Well, it's a great way to learn some history from enthusiasts who dress in old timey costumes and camp out for the weekend. - . Shelburne, VT . Here's a video from the Johnny Monsarrat Wheel Questions project.
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BATTLE FOR SHELBURNE CROSSROADS MAY 18,19,20 2012

LIVING HISTORY EDUCATION DAY MAY 18, 2012

A YEAR IN THE FIELD:

VIDEO SLIDESHOWS

CVHR CALENDAR AND EVENTS FOR 2012

IN REMEBRANCE:

CAPT. AL MYERS

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

2nd MISSISSIPPI ""Magnolia Rifles""

(our brothers in gray)

The GRAYS and BLUES of MONTREAL

(our Canadian

brothers in arms)

JOIN US!

AUTHENTICITY

Unit Histories:

2ND VT INF

1ST VT CAV

(at Vermont in the Civil War)

BOOKS ON VERMONT IN THE CIVIL WAR

Original publications and reprints of rare books including Peck's Roster and Benedict's Vermont in the Civil War

EMAIL

CVHRI

Formed in 1995, the CHAMPLAIN VALLEY HISTORICAL REENACTORS is a non-profit living history organization dedicated to the authentic portrayal of life and people from various time periods. Although most of us concentrate on Vermonters during the American Civil War, members have created military and civilian impressions from the early colonial period, the French and Indian War, the American Revolution, the antebellum era, both Confederate and Union during the American Civil War, the Spanish American War, World War I and II. We are proud of our history and welcome opportunities to educate the public about our past.

As we observe the 150-year Sesquicentennial of the Civil War we invite all interested individuals as well as families to join us.

*During the Civil War, Vermont gave more lives in proportion to the number of soldiers and population than any other state in the union. General Sedgewick's order to the Vermont Brigade during the Union Army VI Corps grueling march to Gettysburg in late June of 1863, ""Put the Vermonters ahead and keep the column well closed up,"" best describes the effort and support provided by Vermont during the rebellion. Vermont's participation in the battles of Gettysburg, Wilderness, and Cedar Creek were especially significant.

- from Vermont Soldiers

VISIT WITH US!

Upcoming Living History and Reenactment Events:

SHELBURNE, VERMONT: MAY 18, 19, 20, 2012

VERMONT HISTORY EXPO at TUNBRIDGE FAIRGROUNDS: JUNE 16,17

ST. ALBANS, VERMONT: JULY 21, 22

OUR NEWEST MEMBER - RIENZI!

THE CHAMPLAIN VALLEY HISTORICAL REENACTORS -

VERMONTS PREMIER LIVING HISTORY ORGANIZATION!


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