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James Bell

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I am actively involved in Revolutionary War reenacting (1775-1783). I am currently the Vice President, Quartermaster, Webmaster and Lieutenant in a Pennsylvania Line unit. Living history organizations are one way we can keep the past alive, and instill into our youth what life was like in days long gone. There are several living history organizations out there, from Mideavil Times through World War II. The Civil War and Revolutionary War are two of the most popular. I can answer questions regarding how to get in contact with a living history organization, and what would be involved in getting into the hobby, from the cost of weapons and accoutrements to what you can expect during a weekend event.

Jack Pickup Jr.

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I am currently a reenactor of the American Civil War. I have been involved with other reenactments from many periods including Roman, the Middle Ages/Renaissance, and World War II. I am quite well versed in all aspects of military history from the Ancient Period all the way up to World War II, especially regarding Military Engineering up to the period of the American Civil War. I was a history teacher at the high school and junior high school level.

Gary Adams

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If it has to do with reenacting and is connected with the War of Secession, I can help. I am familiar with uniforms, food, tactics, “Authentic” you name it.

Jason Grabill

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Civil War Reenacting, how to start, what to buy, how to find a good unit (Union or Confederate), publications and books to read. Also Medical reenacting; same as above.

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