20th Regiment Texas Volunteers
Business Informationcivil war, reenacting, miliary clothing from 1860s, civilian clothing 1860s, mourning, uniform regulations, etiquette, camp cooking
Yourself - Most can only see a empty shell where once stood a brave Confederate soldier or civilian. All true Southerners have the heart of the south still alive in them, all they need to do is simply let it out and become some one else. It may be for just one weekend, but in those two to three days, you become some one else. You escape the world of today and become a part of yesterday. The only thing holding you back is you. If you are already a reenactor and you are reading this, then you know full well what I'm talking about. So dare to take the plunge and escape the world and release the true Southern in you. When you do, it will be an explosive release from the world we live in today.
provides information on civil war reenacting, camp cooking, civil war dress both civilian and military, customs/traditions/beliefs of those living during 1860 - 1865
the purpose of the 20th is to promote our Southern Heritage and keep the Old South alive through the use of Civil War Sutlers
The 20th Texas Calvary (Dismounted) aka Twentieth Regiment Texas Volunteers portrays soldiers from Texas,Oklahoma and Louisiana fighting in the Trans-Mississippi Western theater during the American Civil War. This site looks at Confederate uniform regulations, civilian guidlines of dress, military clothing and camp equipment, etiquette, camp cooking, and the customs/traditions/beliefs of those living during 1860 - 1865
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