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.
I have a degree in History. I have studied and traveled extensively both within the United States and overseas. I currently do presentations for local schools and teacher certification programs. As a reenactor I am Chief of Staff for the 1st Confederate Brigade in Illinois. I have been reenacting for almost two decades.
Confederate Corps of Engineers, unit commander First Confederate Brigade of Illinois, chief engineer, chief of staff MHEA, Military History Education Association
Reenactor Magazine, Various articles
Bachelors degree in History and Education from Elmhurst College in Illinois.
If people like to fish, they go fishing. If you love history, and want to experience it for yourself, then Reenacting is the hobby for you.
My thirst for historical knowledge of all types is unquenchable. I want to learn everything I can.
Engineer troops during the American Civil War made up the smallest number of troops of any branch (besides the balloon corps). But their jobs were the most varied and usually the most mentally and physically challenging.
Reenactors are the most diverse group of individuals across the board hands down. Racially, economically, etc. A love of History brings them together.
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Wow, that's not one I was expecting. I will admit that Indian religions are definitely not my area of expertise. I will say that from what I understand of it, that the people who propagated the Bhakti
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18 is the proper age. It has (as far as I know) always been the age in America associated with Male adulthood. I say that because Females and Males were treated differently. 21, as an age requirement
The generic response to this would have a lot to do with that persons status in society and whether or not they were common, gentry, noble, etc. A woman who is of that age who is from one of the lower
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