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  1. #21
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    Default One to put in he books for a road trip.

    Quote Originally Posted by chad greene View Post
    Battle of Perryville 150th Anniversary
    October 5 7, 2012

    The 150th Anniversary of Perryville is coming up. Event information and impression guidelines will be forthcoming at www.perryvillebattlefield.org The guidelines listed on the park website are the minimum standards for participation. Park staff has completed hundreds of hours of research on the typical soldier in the Army of Mississippi and the Army of the Ohio and will work with groups interested in tailoring impressions to specific regiments that fought at Perryville do not hesitate to contact them.

    Planning is under way and arrangements have been made for various living history opportunities. There is an opportunity for preservation march for both the Confederate and Union Armies, if you are interested in this please contact me immediately. The routes are being completed now and land agreements are being finalized. Approximately 1,000 acres of land are available for the event.

    Perryville has long offered reenactors a quality historical experience. Progressive organizations have been a constant presence at this pristine battlefield for 20 years. There is a strong commitment to enhance this effort by the park and the reenactor coordinators. We invite you to participate and make this the best progressive event in the West for 2012.

    Preservation efforts are ongoing at Perryville; the park, the Friends of Perryville and the Civil War Preservation Trust are working to acquire and additional 200 acres that surround the historic H.P. Bottom House as well as additional land on Hayes Mayes Rd. including the Russell House site. 100% of reenactor registration goes towards the purchase of this significant historic property.
    Chad Greene
    Western Federal Blues
    This Looks to be a great event, worth making the trip down from Connecticut. Thanks for your hard work making this a quality event. I will spread the word to the rest of my company. 12th Georgia Co. F

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    All,
    The early registration deadline for Perryville is quickly approaching. It is $12.00 until December 31. If you have not gotten registered please do so and make it cheaper on you and your family. You can go to www.perryvillebattlefield.org and get it done! Remember reenactor registration money is spent 100% on the preservation and interpretation of the Perryville Battlefield!
    Chad Greene

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    Just a heads up. Time is running out on the $12.00 early registraton fee. January 1st, it goes up to $20.00, so act now and save some money.

    www.perryvillebattlefield.org
    Last edited by Micah Trent; 12-29-2011 at 11:02 PM. Reason: Typo
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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    I believe this will be the most outstanding event of the season. Ready for the tactical march!

    Shawn D. Swart

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    Last day for early registration. Only $12.00 The new year brings in a new price...$20.00 so, register today.
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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    BUMP!!!

    Registrations are coming in really good. Compared to this time in 2006, we are ahead in registered participants!!! If you have not registered, please to so now and save yourself the worries of doing it down the road or last miunet. See the above postings for registration information.. Thanks!
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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    Registrations are coming in and numbers are looking pretty good!!! However, I need a favor...If you are registering and you hold rank (NCO, Staff) please let us know your rank. There is a section on the registration asking for this, but many are leaving it blank. The purpose for this is so the the US & CS staff knows who is doing what. It makes it hard to contact officers when need to when we don't have that information. This will be even more important as the event approaches as information will be passed down through chain of command. Thanks!
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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    Default Looking for a Confederate Unit

    A friend and I are looking for a confederate unit to fall in with at Perryville.

    Thanks,

    Jim
    Jim Busby

    Walton Guards
    Co D 1st Florida Inf
    Co D 7th Vermont Inf
    Co C 3rd US Infantry
    http://www.waltonguards.org

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    Capt Busby, PM sent.
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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    Numbers keep rolling in. If you have not reigstered, please do so. I promise you that of all the Perryville's in the past, this is the one you do not want to miss. See previous posts for event registration and info.
    Micah Trent
    2nd Most Hated Reenactor in Kentucky - Western Federal Blues
    Friends of Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

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