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    If any of you are looking for a company to join the Hairy Nation would be happy to have you. Eric Fair is our captain and we will be portraying company F. I'm not going to promise pie, cake and that other crap that people do. What I can promise you is that you will be with a core group of men that have been in the hobby for over 30 years. In 1990, when the Hairy Nation was formed there were very few small groups going full bore with authenticity, first person etc. We are also a temperance unit.
    If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me by email or phone.
    email: headlog@gmail.com
    phone: 319-471-0571
    Harrison "Holler" Holloway
    Hairy Nation
    Nathan Hellwig
    AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
    "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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    How about someone with over 40 years in the Best Unit Ever. The Mudsills.. Will be registering with you. Weed
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    John M. Wedeward

    Member
    33d Wisconsin Volunteers
    The Hard Head Mess
    The Old Northwest Volunteers
    5th Kentucky Vol's (Thomas' Mudsills)

    Member
    Company of Military Historians
    Civil War Battlefield Preservation
    Sons of American Revolution
    Sons of Union Veterans

    http://www.cwuniforms.net

    Ancestors:

    Pvt. John Wedeward, Co. A, 42 Illinois Vol. Infantry
    Cpl. Arnold Rader, Co. C, 46th Illinois Vol. Infantry
    Brigadier Gen. John Fellows, 21st Continental Regiment

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    • #3
      Fantastic Weed!
      Harrison Holloway
      HNB
      Nathan Hellwig
      AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
      "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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      • #4
        Do you have two legs? two arms? some teeth? Have seen all the Smokey and the Bandit movies? Then company F of the 10th Wisconsin has a place for you. Register Company F 10th Wisconsin Hairy Nation Boys
        Harrison Holloway HNB
        Nathan Hellwig
        AKA Harrison "Holler" Holloway
        "It was the Union armies west of the Appalachians that struck the death knell of the Confederacy." Leslie Anders ,Preface, The Twenty-First Missouri

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        • #5
          Come on, boys. Don't make them go in with those Mess No. 1 creeps.
          Jacob "Ned" Nolan
          Mess No. 1

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