This category covers the period of conflict from 1774 to 1783. It includes civilian reenactors, provided that a relationship to the War for Independence other than time frame is established. These impressionists may be representative of any country involved in the original conflict, so long as they strive for authenticity. Also found here are directories and information on getting started.
Sites devoted to military units are urged to submit to the relevant subcategory. These include fife and drum corps, militias, Army, Navy or Marine-type military units.
Living history volunteers portraying men and women of the 2nd New Jersey Regiment during the Revolutionary War. Events, photos, authentic 18th century recipes.
Video documentary links, and desriptions of period prior to the Battle of Groton Heights & Burning of New London, CT in 1781 and its aftermath.
Histories of 10 Ranger companies commanded by John Butler, current events, contacts, weapons safety, and uniforms, historic biographies.
Find glossary of terms, trivia, timelines, events, recipes, many articles, marketplace and quotes of the Colonial American Era and early American antiques.
Non profit project to recreate Davidson's pioneer fort in North Carolina. Provides photos, history and mission.
Captain Samuel Hayden's Company, Revolutionary War NJ reenactor group site features history, contacts, and coming events.
See detailed history, photos, schedule of the original Foreign Legion, a War for Independence group dedicated to education about the French contributions.
Find clothing patterns, discussion board, spy history. Reeanctment organization located in U.S. Midwest. Non-profit, educational, studying and recreating the culture, lifestyle, and arts.
Find archaeology facts, events, history of the fort, minutes from the Falls. Site of battles, sieges, trading and conquest. Preserved as it stood in the 1700's.
Riley's Farm is a working Southern California apple orchard and living history farm. Arrange a field trip, or read about Colonial Christmas.
An organization portraying the life and times of the common soldier of the War for Independence. Detailed uniform description, drill, flag history.
Includes resource directory on the event, including pictures, documents, location, trial, participants, and timeline.
Links and contacts, history, images, for organization of member units dedicated to recreating the life and times of the soldiers of all armies involved, 1775-1783.
Events, musket drill, contacts for organization of re-enactors honouring memories of British and American men serving their country during the War of Independence.
An organization representing Colonial, native, loyalist, militia, British regulars, and citizens of Hudson, Schoharie, Cherry, and Mohawk Valleys of New York State. Find schedule, mission, and contact info.
100 images of reenactments, membership instructions, schedule of primarily Midwest, U.S. historians dedicated to interpreting colonial America.
Authentic re-creation of this fortified Charlestown, New Hampshire village helps educate people on the living and historical events here 1740-1760 and after. Learn about the siege, calendar, history and location.
See pictures of re-enactments, timeline, history of all 4 companies, contacts for military camp and field life of soldiers of Virginia State Line during the Revolution.
2nd Continental Light Dragoons, Sheldon's Horse is a re-established military and historical organization in North Eastern US. Find their history, photos, events, and signup info.
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