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WELCOME TO HARTFORD CITY CIVIL WAR DAYS

Welcome to Hartford City's 33rd Annual Civil War Days! Indiana's largest Civil War Reenactment. and Artillery Night Firing event. Take a trip back to 1864 to see how life was during the American Civil War. Get to know civilians, merchants and soldiers of the time by conversing with them. The event is a reenactment and living history of the dividing of this great nation. It is brothers who fought against brothers, fathers who fought against sons, and sons who fought against their fathers. Demonstrations and presentations covering the period of 1864 will be presented during this event. The entire weekend will also feature battles reenacting the 1864 campaign around Atlanta, GA. The weekend will also feature a variety of merchants who sold their goods to soldiers and civilians alike. Meet the presenters and walk through the camps. Both period and non-period food will be available. There are blacksmiths, weavers, spinners, refugees and much more to see! Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Ulysses S. Grant and Indiana's own Lew Wallace will all be there! It's Indiana's largest Artillery Night Firing Event! Don't miss it! We look forward to seeing you in October!

 
        33rd Annual Civil War Days

            October 4-6, 2024!

UPCOMING EVENTS

Club meeting at Montpelier Police Department at 6pm

Club meeting at Montpelier Police Department at 6pm

June 13th

Club meeting at Montpelier Police Department at 6pm

July 11th

Aug 8th

Club meeting at Montpelier Police Department at 6pm

Sep 5th

Location

Information

Montpelier Police Department. 

127 W Huntington Street, Montpelier, IN 47359

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CONTACT US

0304 S 075 E

Hartford City, IN 47348   

bccivilwar@gmail.com

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THE WAR DEPARTMENT

May 5-7, 1864

The Wilderness Campaign

Battle of the Wilderness

May 5-7, 1864

Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse

May 23, 1864 -

Battle of North Anna River

June 1, 1864 -

Battle of Cold Harbor

June 8, 1864

Abraham Lincoln is nominated for a second term as U.S. President

June 19, 1864

USS Kearsarge sinks CSS Alabama near France​

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