Coordinating and Presenting Civil War Battles For Historical Education and Preservation Since 1986
Civil War Battles, Camps and Reenactments In Remembrance Of Our Ancestors!
The Alabama Division of Reenactors, Inc.
Formed in 1986
Our Division was formed around the camp fire at a 1986 Battle Event with William "Bill" Smart and other dedicated Reenactors of like mind to provide communications coordination and mutual support between members and member units in Alabama and surrounding states.
THIS SITE IS DEDICATED TO OUR MEMBERS, FRIENDS
AND TO HELP NEW REENACTORS AS WELL AS THE OLD HANDS!
Please feel free to contact us with your constructive suggestions
Battle Reenactments Help Raise Funds For Historic Preservation As Well As Education. Our Reenactors Are Active In All Areas Of The Nation. We Provide All Of Our Own Uniforms, Equipment And Travel Expenses Out Of Deep Love For Reliving Our History And Preserving Sites Related To The War Between The States.
Site Edited October 27th 2014.....
Fall Muster at Beauvoir
Photos of Old Baker Farm Both Events Cowboy Days and the Cotton Pickin Festival Coming Soon
Photos of the Battle of Newton Coming Soon from Major Henry Howard
ALABAMA DIVISION OF REENACTORS, INC
Alabama Division of Reenactors
Hand Made by JT Dickerson
Captain, 31st Louisiana Inf, Co. K
Images From Tunnel Hill 2014
Coach "General" Vince Dooley
Miss Marta Vazquez
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150th Battle of Tunnel Hill
Some may have thought it was smaller than they expected. It was a very pleasing turn out. While we all like to see big events, this year I deliberately did NOT promote our event so that many would concentrate on the Battle of Atlanta (and it appears to have been a wonderful event... I unfortunately had to work. Thanks Colonel Lay for watching out for our [people). I had anticipated about the numbers we had and was pleased by the QUALITY of the troops... Yall were magnificent, I got to play on Jeff Davis' Howitzer for awhile Saturday before getting a stomach virus that sort of took the wind out of my sails. The Ball was great, The 5th Alabama did a wonderful job. I cannot tell you all how grateful Sandy and I are by your kindnesses and friendship to Miss Marta Vazquez of Coruna Spain who came to be a part of the Event and visit us for a couple weeks! In short the Battle was great, we had good artillery turn out and the finest of the fine Reenactors this year. A Big Thank you to General (Private ) Earl Zeckman and the 125th Ohio who came despite their events demands for this past weekend... 21 years of support! We supported Earl Federal and proudly so at Atlanta.... Ken