The Third Maryland is a Union Infantry reenacting group centralized in Maryland. Our members come from various parts of the country to include Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Washington D.C.
Our primary mission is the historical preservation of our nation's Civil War history and to honor our ancestors who fought, and died, during the Civil War to preserve the United States. In pursuit of this goal, the Third Maryland participates yearly in a number of battle reenactments, educational forums, and living history demonstrations.
The Third Maryland is a member of a larger organization, The National Regiment. The National Regiment is a battalion-sized organization consisting of various infantry reenacting units all committed to the preservation of our nation's Civil War history.
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The War fever of 1861-62 saw a flood of volunteers in the north to suppress the Great Rebellion, and one of the newly formed regiments in the border state of Maryland was the Third Regiment Infantry. Although organized in Baltimore, Maryland the regiment was something of a marriage to Maryland's east and west.
If you enjoy history, camping out, and good times with good friends, the Third Maryland just may be right for you!
We invite you to come out and experience Civil War Reenacting for a day with one of the most experienced groups in the hobby.
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