Annual Reenactment at The Colonial Plantation

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Annual Reenactment at The Colonial Plantation

Annual reenactment at The Colonial Plantation

The South is invading Pennsylvania again. The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation will be hosting a Federal and Confederate battle and camp on Saturday, September 21st and Sunday, September 22nd. Witness firearm demonstrations, drills, a burial squad, use of herbs in the 1860s and camp life. There will be a period fashions and displays of civilian life. Battles will take place on Saturday at 12 and 4. Sunday’s battle will be at 2. Watch the North try to defend the farm against the invading forces from old Dixie.

No visitors are permitted to enter after battle has begun.


September 21, 2013 (11am - 5pm with last entry at 4pm)
Historic Conversation with Nancy Webster - Topic: Medicine of the Civil War - Sept. 21 @ 1:00pm
September 22, 2013 (11am - 3:00 pm with last entry at 2:30pm)
Historic Conversation with Gary Grove - Topic: Pennsylvania Buckbtails - Sept. 22 @ 1:00pm

Participating Units

4th Texas, Company B "The Tom Green Rifles" (host unit)

12th New Jersy Volunteer Infantry "Company K" (host unit)

Bell's Rifles

10th Virginia Company B

Members of the Mifflin Guard

Civil War Heritage Foundation

Battery F, 1st PA LT Artillery

Salem Flying Artillery

53rd PVI Co. A

Wheat's Tiger Company

Palmetto Guard, 2nd S.C. Co. I

Union Volunteers (PA 153rd)

26th PA Infantry

Click here for reenactors application.

Annual Reenactment at The Colonial Plantation