The membership of the 2nd Infantry Regiment United States Colored Troops Living History Association consists of men, women and children, from various walks of life who have come together to promote the African-American perspective of the Civil War. The Association participates in various workshops, battlefield reenactments, historical dramatizations, cultural celebrations, living history presentations, and lectures.
We endeavor to teach the African American perspective of civil war history and the sacrifices made by African Americans to secure a union victory and end the tyranny of slavery.
We believe knowing one’s history is to believe it, but seeing ones history presented in a Living History form is to truly conceive it.
Infantry Unit - Men over the age of 18 who represent U.S.C.T. soldiers during battle reenactments and other historical demonstration
Ladies Auxiliary - Ladies over the age of 18 who demonstrate the civilian and family life of the Civil War era
Youth Assembly - Children under the age of 18 who demonstrate youth activities and lifestyles of the Civil War era
HOW TO JOIN
To apply for membership to the 2nd Infantry Regiment U.S.C.T. Living History Association, please contact Sergeant Major Jarvis V. Rosier at 850.681.7881 or email@example.com