Spanish American War

Re-enactment and Living History Groups


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Spanish-American War Reenactment Groups

If you have a group involved in reenacting the life of Soldiers and/or Sailors of the Spanish-American War/Philippine-American War era, let us know. We will be glad to put your group's general information, schedule of activities and email address on-line!
PLEASE NOTE!
The Editors of The Spanish-American War Centennial Website are providing this information as a courtesy to the reenactment groups listed below. We are not vouching for the accuracy, authenticity, or safety of any of the re-enactment groups we list. Secondly, we recommend that all vintage firearms obtained be inspected by a reputable gunsmith prior to use. We are not vouching for the safety of weapons purchased from the sources mentioned.

Click Here for a list of Spanish American War-related events
Click Here for a contact list of Spanish American War Living History and Re-enactment groups
Click Here for a partial List of Sutlers (suppliers of uniforms and equipment for the troops)
Click here for an account of the 2001USAWS annual event

Click Here for K Troop, 1st United States Volunteer Cavalry, Leon County, Texas re-enactment group.

Click Here for The "2nd Texas Volunteer Infantry, Co. K, a Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
re-enactment group.
Click Here for "The 9th U.S. Infantry, Co.C," an Indiana re-enactment group.

Click Here for "The 20th Kansas Volunteer Infantry, Co. I" a Midwest re-enactment group.

Click Here for The "Boys (and Girls) of '98," a Michigan re-enactment group.

Click Here for Batallon de Cazadores No. 25 “de la Patria” (25th  Rifle Battalion), an Illinois and Ohio based re-enactment group.

Click Here for"The Living History Crew of the USFS OLYMPIA," a Philadelphia living history organization.

Click Here for The Spanish War, 1898, a San Francisco Bay Area living history and re-enactment group!


Click Here for a link to the Company E, 2nd United States Infantry Re-enactors' Page.
Click Here for a link to the 1st Provisional Battalion de Puerto Rico (Maryland and Virginia)
Click Here for a link to the 9th Memorial Cavalry (Arizona)
Click Here for a link to  the Arizona Rough Riders Historical Association (1st  U.S. Volunter Cavalry, Troop A, "Rough Riders")
Click Here for a link to  the Western Educators, Shooters & Troopers (WEST)  (1st  U.S. Volunter Cavalry, Troop D, "Rough Riders")
Click Here for a link to the 6th U.S. Infantry Re-enactors Page (The Spanish War, 1898)
Click here for United Spanish American War Society (Santiago Campaign Group)
Click here for The 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment Rough Riders, Inc., Tampa, Florida
Click here for The Spanish War, 1898, Inc.
Click here  for the Florida Re-enactor's Resource page

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