5th Annual Civil War Reenactment
at Old Bethpage Village Restoration

Old Bethpage, NY

July 21 - 22, 2007

Not only did we have brilliant weather for the annual Civil War Reenacment at Old Bethpage Village Restoration but we also fielded our largest company thus far. Thanks to the lads of the 61st NY who braved the summer traffic on the Jersey Turnpike and Long Island Expressway our numbers swelled to nearly twenty for each day. Our camp was sited in a far better location than previous years and attendance by the public was unsurpassed. The incessant waves of tourists crashing through our camps kept us on our toes more than the Rebs. Unfortunately, save for one lone horseman, we had no Cavalry again this year however the 119th NY, 14th Brooklyn, plus all the local Rebel regiments showed up in full force

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Corporal Casey The Captain and the Lieutenant Bacon is on the Fire our small camp Maybe not a perfect Manly food groups TJ's fading fast Dress Parade Guy Smith some old neighbors of ours The 14th Brooklyn thrown as skirmishers Jeff and Terrance The enemy artillery firing from the left Red-Legged Devils' turn to fire lunchtime two of our hired ringers Tom Strong from the 10th NY SATURDAY'S MUSTER ROLL