The Brigade of the American Revolution
Living history association that re-creates the life and times of soldiers in the American War for Independence in 1775 to 1783. Includes FAQs, membership, photos, and schedule.
The British Brigade
Portrays the lives of British and American soldiers during the War of Independence by providing battle re-enactment, tactical demonstrations and military camps.
Re-creates the day-to-day life and activities of the soldiers that served in Butler's Rangers.
Col. Knox's Artillery Regiment, Inc.
Features group of living history interpreters that participate in battle demonstrations at historic sites. Provides activity schedule, photo gallery, membership, and links.
Drums Along The Mohawk
Contains chronicles, stockades, dwellers, and resource information about the New York frontier in the year 1775-1783.
The Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum
Provides re-creation of the historical events during the 18th century in the living history museum. Includes membership, events calendar, time line, and online gift shop.
Fort Boonesborough State Park
Recreational park showcases craft performances by artisans demonstrating the life of Kentucky pioneers. Includes online reservations, merchandise, and calendar of events.
Displays information about the historical Fort Griswold battlefield state park.
Showcases French and European soldier portrayals during the American War for Independence. Includes history, photos, events details, and links.
Northwest Territory Alliance
War re-enactment organization in Midwestern United States that studies and recreates the culture, lifestyle, and arts during the American Revolution in 1775-1783.
Pulaski's Independent Legion
Perpetuates the life of Brigadier General Count Casimir Pulaski and his Independent Legion. Presents schedule, current research, photos, and online news.