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Regiment by State Alphabetical Order

AL | CT | DE | GA | IL | IN | KS | KY | LA | ME | MD | MA | MI | MN | NH | NJ | NM | NY | NC | OH | PA | TN | TX | VA | WI | WV
Other Organizations | N
ational Regiments

Alabama

12th Alabama Regiment
15th Alabama (Maine)

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Connecticut

8th Regiment Connecticut Volunteers, Co. A 

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Delaware

2nd Regiment Delaware Volunteers

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Georgia

5th Georgia Company C

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Illinois

45th Illinois Company C

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Indiana

49th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Company F

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Kansas

First Kansas Co. D
8th Kansas, Company C

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Kentucky

14th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry Regiment

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Louisiana

5th Louisiana, Company G, Swamprangers

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Maine

3rd Maine, Company A
6th Maine Artillery

20th Reg't. Maine Volunteer Infantry, Company B
20th Reg't. Maine Volunteer Infantry, Company F

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Maryland

2nd Maryland, Company C

3rd Regiment Infantry, Maryland Volunteers

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Massachusetts

1st Massachusetts Cavalry
12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
28th Massachusetts in England
28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. B

28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. H

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Michigan

1st Michigan Light Artillery, Battery D
2nd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Company A
3rd Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Company F

7th Michigan Volunteer Infantry, Company B

8th Michigan Volunteer Infantry

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Minnesota

2nd Minnesota Volunteer Infantry

5th Minnesota Volunteer Infantry Regiment, Company D

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New Hampshire

1st New Hampshire Volunteer Cavalry, Co. K
6th New Hampshire Co. C

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New Jersey

1st New Jersey Artillery
2nd New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Co. B

3rd NJ Volunteer Infantry

8th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry, Co. E

6th NJ Infantry, Co. C

11th New Jersey Volunteers, Co. B

11th New Jersey Volunteers, Co. E

14th New Jersey Volunteers, Co. H

14th New Jersey Volunteers, Co. K

12th New Jersey

14th New Jersey

33rd New Jersey Infantry

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New Mexico

1st Regiment, New Mexico Volunteer Infantry
1st Regiment, New Mexico Volunteer Infantry Field Musics
New Mexico Territorial Brass Band

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New York

1st NYV Engineers
5th New York Volunteer Infantry
(East Coast)
5th New York Volunteer Infantry Co. C
(West Coast)

14th Regiment NYSM (14th Brooklyn), Company E

14th Brooklyn, Company H (Germany)

43rd New York Volunteer Infantry

56th New York Volunteer Infantry

61st New York Infantry

67th New York (The 1st Long Island Volunteers)

76th New York Volunteer Infantry

77th New York Volunteer Infantry

77th New York Regimental Balladeers

122nd New York Volunteer Infantry

149th New York State Volunteers

155th New York Volunteers

15th New York Cavalry

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North Carolina

2nd US Regulars
6th North Carolina State Troops

2
6th North Carolina State Troops

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Ohio

125 Ohio Volunteer Infantry

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Pennsylvania

1st Pennsylvania Rifles: Bucktails
1st Pennsylvania Reserves, Company B

1st Pennsylvania Light Artillery - Battery F

3rd PA Vol. Light Artillery, Battery B

6th Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery

17th Pennsylvania Cavalry Co. E

23rd
Pennsylvania Vol. Co. F

26th Pennsylvania

56th Pennsylvania Infantry, Co. K

61st Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
Civil War Zouave Database
71st Pennsylvania Volunteers (1st California Regt.)

72nd Pennsylvania Vol. Infantry Co D - Baxter's Phila. Fire Zouaves

88th Pennsylvania Vol. Infantry Co. A

96th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company G

116th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, Company D (So. Calif.)

Washington Guards

149th Pennsylvania

Mifflin Guard

Phoenix Iron Pards

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Tennessee

46th Tennessee Infantry, Co. E

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Texas

2nd Texas Infantry
4th Texas Infantry, Co. E

4th Texas Volunteers

5th Texas Mounted Volunteers and 4th Regiment, U.S. Cavalry

9th Texas Infantry

Texas Fife and Drum Corps

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Virginia

Danville Artillery
9th Virginia Cavalry

9th Virginia, 8th battalion, Southern Legion (Lee's Lighthorse, Inc.)

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West Virginia

1st WV Light Artillery - Carlin’s Battery D 

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Wisconsin

2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Association

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Other Organizations

The Artillery Reserve
The National Congress of Old West Shootists

The Grand Army of the Frontier

Washington Artillery of New Orleans-5th Company and 6th Massachusetts Light Artillery
The U.S. Naval Landing Party
Bentonville Battleground Website
The Hunley Submarine Information Site
Civil War Skirmish Association (Northern California Region)
Mounted Military Reenactment Groups and Preservation Societies

Canadians in the Civil War

12th U.S. Infantry, Company A

Cumberland Guard Homepage

Camp Olden Civil War Round Table

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National Regiments

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We are people to whom the past is forever speaking. We listen to it because we cannot help ourselves, for the past speaks to us with many voices. Far out of that dark nowhere, which is the time before we were born, men who were flesh of our flesh and bone of our bone, went through fire and storm to break a path to the future.

We are part of the future they died for. They are part of the past that brought the future. What they did – the lives they lived, the sacrifices they made, the stories they told and the songs they sung and finally, the deaths they died – make up a part of our own experience. We cannot cut ourselves off from it. It is as real to us as something that happened last week.

— Bruce Catton

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