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6th Regiment of Florida Volunteer Infantry

Company H, the "Union Rebels"
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If you may have an interest in other American Civil War reenacting organizations or events in Florida, please visit "Florida Reenactors  Online" .

Reenactment - October 12th-14th, 2018. "Raid on Otter Springs."  Reenactment of the 3-part raid on Station 4, spanning February 9th through 13th, 1865.  Two engagements on Saturday (Clay Landing and Levyville) with the Battle at Station 4 on Sunday.  $5 re-enactor fee. Firewood is provided.  All Proceeds go to the ForVets organization.  Otter Springs Park and Campground, 6470 SW 80th Ave., Trenton, Florida 32693.
Muster and Military Drill - Date/location to be determined.
Reenactment - September 15-16, 2018. "Hurricane Shoals."   416 Hurricane Shoals Road, Maysville, GA 30558.
Reenactment - Date to be determined .  "34th Annual Ocklawaha River Raid". Florida Horse Park, 11008 S. Highway 475, Ocala, Florida 34480.
Reenactment - Date to be determined .  "Battle of Bowlegs Creek". 1639 Frostproof Highway, Fort Meade, Florida 33841 
Reenactment - November 09- 11, 2018.  "2018 Battles for the Armory & Arts and Crafts Fair".  Tallassee Living History and Heritage Days, brought to you by The Tallassee Armory Guards (SCV Camp 1921) in conjunction with the new Talisi Cotton Belles (OCR Chapter 020), is a 3 day Veteran’s Weekend celebration featuring School Day, the Battles for the Armory live Civil War Reenactment and the new Talisi Arts & Crafts Fair. Located on the Historic Gibson's View Plantantion.  19359 Rifle Range Road, Tallassee, AL 36078 
Reenactment - December 15th, 2018 (Saturday only).  "154th Winter Muster".  Skirmishes will be ongoing throughout the day, leading up to the main engagement and final assault on the fortifications. The main battle will begin at 5:00 PM. Visitors will be able to explore the fortifications in its most solemn hour as the Confederates attempt to hold off the advancing armies of General Sherman from taking Fort McAllister, and ultimately, Savannah.  Fort McAllister State Park, 3894 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill, GA 31324