6th Regiment of Florida Volunteer Infantry
Company H, the "Union Rebels"
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Future living history demonstrations and reenactments will be posted as space permits. Please check back periodically.
November 6-8 (Tentative) "36th Annual Ocklawha River Raid". Florida Horse Park, 11008 S. Highway 475, Ocala, Florida. Amenities include sleeping straw, firewood. "Young Reenactors' Battle" and Ladies' Tea on Saturday; Saturday evening ball for reenactors (period attire). For event information and directions, visit Florida Reenactors Online. October 22-24 "Battle of Stones River Reenactment" at Lebanon, Tennessee, sponsored by Atlanta Campaign, Inc. Registration fee for civilian and military reenactors is $20 prior to October 1st. Fee for those preregistering after October 1st, and for all “walk-ons” is $25. Event information and directions may be obtained at Battle of Stones River 2021. July 24 "Company Drill" (Company K, 7th Fla Vols) at Pioneer Village. Period Camping, classes , presentations and Living History demonstrations in support of the Pioneer Village Museum, 15602 Pioneer Museum Road, Dade City, FL September 4 "Florida Battalion Muster" at Chinesgut Hall, Brooksville, Fl. Battalion Drill. Currently in planning stages; check back for updated information. January 14-16 (Tentative) "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. February 18-20 (Tentative) "158th Anniversary/45th Annual Reenactment Battle of Olustee" at Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park, Olustee, Florida. Florida's largest Civil War battle, which took place February 20, 1864. More than 10,000 cavalry, infantry and artillery troops fought a five-hour battle in a pine forest near Olustee. Three U.S. Colored Troops took part in the battle, including the now famous 54th Massachusetts. The battle ended with 2,807 casualties and the retreat of Union troops to Jacksonville until the war's end just 14 months later. Olustee Historic Battle field State Park.