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A Pictorial Essay with text of

Women In The Civil War






26th Tennessee Company I, C.S.A.

Volunteers Needed to Defend Tennessee!

I Am authorized by the President of the Confederacy
to Organize a Company of Infantry
For Our State!
Rally under your Flag! Organize and muster together
in the Cause for The South!
Company I, 26th Tennessee Volunteer Infantry
is looking for Brave and Loyal Men
to Fill our Ranks!








"Hand to Hand"
by Rick Reeves
copyright May 1990

We are a family-oriented unit that portrays both Union and Confederate troops from East Tennessee, from 1861 to 1865. We welcome enthusiastic volunteers of all races, nationalities, ages and religions.


Children love "dressing-up" and being part of the energy of events, doing things like fetching water and firewood, playing period games and carrying messages, on and off the field.


Our female members also don proper garb, attend dances and teas, socialize with other ladies, help soldiers write letters home, do most of the cooking under field conditions (an art in itself!) and practice many other period skills.


If you are interested in joining up, please send us an Email and we'll get back to you.







Private Mark S. Lawson
Co. E, 8th US Vol. Inf.

          


Princess
Maraya Flyingheart




In Memory of
Colonel
Tom Kirkland



"The Virtual CSA Purple Heart Award"



Issued to: George F. Lawson,
of the Co. "D", 37th Virginia Infantry,
who was wounded in the service of the Confederate States of America
on 3 March, 1862 at the Battle of Kernstown, VA.

Issued to: William L. Lawson,
of the Co. "D", 37th Virginia Infantry,
who was killed in the service of the Confederate States of America
on 3 July, 1863 at Culp's Hill, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.




This Memorial Awarded to:

Benjamin Kersey
of Company "B", 11th Iowa
Infantry Volunteers, United States Army.
He died a Prisoner of War
in 1865 in captivity at:
Andersonville Prison, Americus, Georgia


and also to his brother,
Thomas Veirling Kersey
of Company "B", 11th Iowa
Infantry Volunteers, United States Army.
He was a Prisoner of War
in 1865 in captivity at:
Andersonville Prison, Americus, Georgia, and in a forest near Goldsboro, North Carolina, until he was exchanged and made it home alive.

  How to receive this award, get your own medal,
or Confederate POW medal: Visit the
"Virtual CSA Purple Heart Award" Website.










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The musical accompaniment is ASHOKAN FAREWELL by Jay Ungar (c)1983 by Swinging Door Music-BMI. Used by permission. All rights reserved. For more information Ashokan Farewell