3rd Iowa Cavalry
By our portrayal, we remember and honor the men of Co. D of the Third Iowa Cavalry Volunteer Regiment. Our company has mounted and dismounted soldiers. Ladies do you have what it takes to be a man? We portray and honor the woman soldier hidden within the folds of Civil War history. We have civilian roles as well. Are You, one who has that itch and been thinking about becoming a part of a unit? Please contact us.
Stanford's Mississippi Battery Our unit potrays Stanford's Mississippi Battery, which was an actual Confederate Artillery battery named for it's original Captain, Thomas J. Stanford. Our Battery takes part in Living History, Reenactment, Memorial Services, Civil War Grave Marker restoration and Battlefield preservation.
The Civil War Reenactors' Encyclopedia
Besides his weapons, the soldier needed a leather belt with a cap box for the percussion caps that fired his weapon, a box for his cartridges, a sling/scabbard for his bayonet, a haversack and/or knapsack to carry his rations and his few personal items
Civil War Music and Score
This collection supplies enough sheet music for two full-length Victorian balls: over 70 different tunes, including all those from The Civil War Ballroom CD. Harmony parts are provided for over half the music, plus trumpet parts for seven pieces. All music is from mid-nineteenth century sources, with source information for each piece. The introduction includes notes on how to play the music, ideas for instrumentation and sources for additional music and information.
Max R. Terman has masterfully crafted an engrossing novel that is difficult to set down. Once you begin reading, you are transported back nearly 150 years to the time of division, heartache, and chaos that became known as the American Civil War. His ancestor’s story comes to life in a fascinating new work that is certain to become a classic among historical novels.
7-Quart Dutch Oven with Iron Cover
Just like an heirloom pan you will find that even pineapple upside down cake doesn't stick to this surface. A perfect pot for making pot roast, simmering slow-cooked stews, or making your own soup stock. Cast Iron. A must for re-enactors campsites.
The Illustrated Directory of Weapons
Uniforms and Equipment of the Civil War
Wide-ranging display of artifacts from the Civil War will be an essential reference for collectors of military paraphernalia, wargamers, and anyone interested in military history. Weapons and uniforms of both the North and South have been photographed in vivid color for this book. Experts at West Point Military Academy and other military history establishments approved the carefully researched and specially commissioned artwork of uniformed figures that appear in this directory
Lodge Logic Pre-Seasoned 15 Inch Cast-Iron Skillet
Large Skillet with 2.25 inches in depth. This one is not for the standard home stove. Perfect for use on the Grill or over campfires when you are cooking for the "troops". Note opposite handle for easy use of this heavy skillet.
The Civil War Catalog
More than 200 illustrations and restored photographs, all the weapons, uniforms, and implements of battle. Packed with color photos of insignia, medals, kits, paper ephemera, rare uniforms, and personal equipment for all enlisted ranks.
Don Troiani's Regiments and Uniforms of the Civil War
Individual units that earned their reputations on the battlefield and the distinctive uniforms they wore. In addition to 130 paintings of battle scenes and individual figures, the book also includes more than 250 full-color photographs of the uniforms the soldiers wore and the accouterments they carried
Arms and Equipment of the Civil War
Marvelous illustrations, the text describes what materiel was available to the armies and navies of both sides. Iron-clad gunboats, submarine torpedoes, and military balloons to pontoon bridges, percussion grenades, and siege artillery
Standard Catalog of
Civil War Firearms
Over 700 photographs and a rarity scale for each gun, this comprehensive guide to the thousands of weapons used by Billy Yank and Johnny Reb will be indispensable for historians and collectors.
Southern Cross Flag
Used as a navy jack at sea from 1863 onward. This flag has become the generally recognized symbol of the South.
Second Confederate Flag
On May 1st,1863, a second design was adopted, placing the Battle Flag (also known as the "Southern Cross") as the canton on a white field. This flag was easily mistaken for a white flag of surrender especially when the air was calm and the flag hung limply. More on Confederate Flags