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The 7th AR/79th NY Highlander Infantry is continuing to grow with  and is the largest statewide Reenacting group in Arkansas. An active schedule each year has something happening every two weeks on average.
 

  •  The Capital Guards (Re-enactors)

    The 6th Regiment, Arkansas Volunteers, (Company A, the "Capitol Guards") is affiliated with the Trans-Mississippi Volunteer Infantry Battalion, the Mississippi Valley Brigade, and the 1st Confederate  Division. The Capitol Guards seek to present a historically accurate    representation of a company of Arkansas infantry in the War Between the States.

  •  Company D, 1st Arkansas Volunteer Infantry (Clan McGregor)

    The 1st Arkansas Infantry Regiment, Company D (Clan McGregor) is a living history organization based in Pine Bluff Arkansas. Our membership is composed of a wide variety of people who promote the local history of Jefferson County and that of Arkansas, in general. We principally portray a unit of Confederate infantry serving in the Western Theater of the American Civil War. For historical continuity, we have chosen as our namesake a unit of the Confederate Army of Tennessee known as Company D, 1st Arkansas Volunteer Infantry, and the Clan McGregor of Pine Bluff. In addition to our Confederate impression, we also portray, from time to time, a unit of Federal infantry serving west of the Mississippi River.

  •  Arkansas Toothpick - Civil War Hub of Southeast Arkansas

Seeking more places to read about civil war history and issues? The Civil War Courier is that place. Published side-by-side with the CITIZEN’S COMPANION The Voice of Civilian Reenacting, and the CAMP CHASE GAZETTE; the three publications provide a broad look at the movement.

Catalog of Colonial, Scottish, and Medieval Clothing, Patterns, Books, Historic Camp Gear, & Period Accoutrements.

The owners of Rebel Mountain Enterprises are two former Army officers who enjoy public speaking, are comfortable meeting new folks, and want to help you and your organization gain a deeper understanding of the American Civil War, and the Art and Science of Military Affairs.

Texas Brigade. Hood's Division, Longstreet's Corps, Army of Northern Virginia. As warriors the 3rd Arkansas were second to none. We are proud as re-enactors to portray these Loyal Southerners who gave all for their Country. We are the reactivated unit Company D. Our company points with pride that we are organized from the same Arkansas area as the original.

Custom historical clothing for the ladies

Sergeant Mike Lewis has a wonderful comparison  of equipment for re-enacting.  What to buy and what not to buy.