LIVING HISTORY EVENTS & SITES THE REGIMENT SUPPORTS

The Battle of Cowpens Anniversary: Cowpens National Battlefield, Gaffney, SC

The Battle of Guilford Courthouse: Greensboro, NC

Andrew Jackson State Park: Lancaster, SC

Ninety Six National Historical Site, SC

Kings Mountain National Military Park, SC

War for Empire: Fort Dobbs SHS, Statesville, NC

Raid at Martins’s Staton: Wilderness Road State Park, Ewing ,VA

Seige at the Blockhouse: Natural Tunnel State Park, Duffield,VA

James White Fort, Knoxville, TN

Crockett Days: Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park, Limestone, VA

Fort Loudon State Park, Vonore, TN

Rogersville Heritage Days: Capt. Thomas Amis House, Rogersville, TN

Unicoi Co. Heritage Celebration: Bogart-Bowman Cabin, Unicoi, TN

The Battle of Camden, Camden Historical Site, Camden, SC

-Chalmette Battlefield National Park, New Orleans, LA

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7 responses to “LIVING HISTORY EVENTS & SITES THE REGIMENT SUPPORTS

  1. Christopher Keene

    Hello,

    I am a reenactor from Boiling Springs/Shelby, NC and I attend several of the events that you have listed. I am currently serving with the New Acquisition Militia (NAM) out of York County, but I am also interested in events that they are not attending or may be closer to home. Could you send me some information regarding membership requirements? Do you mind having members who serve in other groups, as well? Thanks.

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    • Randy Curde

      Christopher, touch base with me on here or Face Book, I am over in Tega Cay, on Lake Wylie and am part of the WC REG.of the NC Milita. I know a couple of guyes in your group…. Randy Curde

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  2. Sherry Shook

    The more the merrier Christopher Come visit us at the fort anytime Our next event will be Sept 25th The crossing of the Watuage River by the Overmountain Men on their way to Kings Mountain. A great event !!

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  3. Heather Youngblood

    Thanks for listing Crockett Days on your schedule. Please change the location to TN instead of VA!

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  4. Thank you so much for including the Thomas Amis House on Living History Events and Sites.

    From the Amis farm,
    Wendy & Jake Jacobs

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