I'm in for this one.
I'm in for this one.
Currently a History Hippy at South Union Shaker Village
Member of the original Pickett's Mill Interpretive Volunteer Staff & Co. D, 17th Ky Vol. Inf
Co-Creator of the States Rights Guard in '92
I'm also in for this one!
Samuel K. Dolan
1st Texas Infantry
My family saw the elephant at Chickamauga, I definitely want to fall in with the IR for this!
Western Independent Grays
"Yaller-hammer, Alabama, flicker, flicker, flicker,"
I felt sorry for the yellow-hammer Alabamians,
they looked so hacked, and answered back
never a word." ~Sam Watkins
My son Garrett and I, as well as one or two other like-minded fellows out here in NM would like to join up if possible....
Fugi's Brown Water Mess
6th North Carolina - 150th First Manassas, July 2011
4th Texas Dismounted, Co. C - 150th Valverde, February 2012
6th Mississippi Adjunct - 150th Shiloh, April 2012
4th Texas Dismounted, Co. C - 150th Glorieta Pass, May 2012
21st Arkansas Adjunct - 150th Prairie Grove, December 2012
Pat & Justin,
Me and a few others from the mess would sure like to participate in this!
Michael A. Kupsch, 32° Knights of St. Andrew
Wyandotte Lodge # 03, AF&AM
Inner Quest Lodge # 456 (Traditional Observance Lodge)
Order of the Sword of Bunker Hill
Valley of Northeast Kansas Scottish Rite
Orient of Kansas
The Tater Mess
The Widow's Son Mess
Shoot me a message Mike, will be great to see you guys.
Just another self proclaimed expert,
Fort Gaines (Authentic Garrison Event) 21st Alabama- January 25-27
Vicksburg Living History May 3-5
150th Battle of Chickamauga Army of Tennessee Adjunct
Sounds good. Would like to take part.
Any updates on the AOT company?
1st Lt. Andy Witt
52nd Geo Vol Inf Co I CSA
Blue Ridge Mess
Descendant of :
Cpl. James T. Ragsdale, Co. B. 6th Missouri Inf. C.S.A.,
Thomas Motley, Co. E. 7th Arkansas Inf. C.S.A.,
Joseph, Jasper, Jerry and Luney Ragsdale, 44th AL Inf C.S.A.
Oak Park Lodge # 864, F&AM
Commandery #4, Knights Templar of Alabama
Duty is, then, the sublimest word in our language.Do your duty in all things. You cannot do more. You should never wish to do less. -Col. Robert E.Lee, Superintendent of USMA West Point, 1852
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