- Saturday, 7 September, 2013 @ 3:00pm
Anyone interested in the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War is invited to the Brewster River Campground on Saturday, September 7, at 3 PM. The 18th Vermont Regiment, a volunteer living history and preservation unit, will present information, displays, and activities to help people learn about Civil War groups in Vermont and opportunities for participation at various levels.
- Saturday, 27 July, 2013 @ 4:00pm - 8:00pm
Civil War Reenactment in Burlington's City Hall Park - On Saturday, July 27, welcome back Burlington's heroes of the battle of Gettysburg at 4 PM. Displays, dedication of new historical marker at 5 PM. Program in Contois Auditorium 6-8 PM. Free and open to the public.
Mission of the 18th Vermont Regiment
The members of the non-profit, all volunteer unit are committed to promoting historical preservation and education related to the American Civil War of 1861-1865, with particular focus on the significant role that Vermont played in preserving the Union. This mission includes
- Projects to preserve artifacts, battlefields, and collections involving Vermont units and personnel
- The erection of monuments and markers honoring the sacrifice of those who served, both in military units and on the home front
- Presentation of educational programs to encourage an awareness of Vermont’s important heritage of action in the War of the Rebellion
- Supporting research in, as well as preservation of, records of the era, along with publication and dissemination of information
Anyone with an interest in these matters is welcome to join the unit and participate in its activities. Some members dress as military or civilian figures of the era, but that is not a requirement and there is room in our ranks for everyone who would like to be involved.
Become a member as an individual, a family, or an organization. A special student rate offers membership that is affordable even for younger recruits.
President – William McKone, (802) 644-2433, email email@example.com
Past president – James Fouts
Vice-president – Robert Bushnell
Secretary – Charles Martin’
Treasurer – John Dumville