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Mess No. 1 is an Authentic Living History Organization based in Cincinnati, Ohio with members from surrounding areas.  We strive to attend the best Civil War Living Histories in the country.
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WHERE HAVE WE BEEN SO FAR?
2003: 1) Port Gibson, Mississippi, 2) McDowell, Virginia, 3) War on the James, Virginia, 4) Lookout Mountain, Tennessee. 2004: 5) Shiloh, Tennessee, 6) Into the Wilderness, Virginia, 7) Pickett's Mill, Georgia, 8) Picket Post, Virginia. 2005: 9) Ft. Sumter, South Carolina, 10) Wood Gathering Detail, Tennessee, 11) Shiloh, Tennessee, 12) McDowell, Virginia, 13) Athens, Missouri, 14) Corinth, Mississippi, 15) Picket Post, Virginia. 2006: 16) Fort Donelson, Tennessee, 17) Fighting Withdrawal, Tennessee, 18) Fort Duffield, Kentucky, 19) Fort Granger, Tennessee, 20) Rich Mountain (By Mess No. 1), West Virginia, 21) Prelude to Chickamauga, Georgia. 2007: 22) Immortal 600, Georgia, 23) Shiloh, Tennessee, 24) McDowell, Virginia, 25) Vicksburg, Mississippi, 26) Chickamauga, Georgia, 27) Mill Springs, Kentucky, 28) Outpost III, Tennessee. 2008: 29) Point Lookout, Maryland, 30) Pickett's Mill, Georgia, 31) Marmaduke's Raid, Missouri, 32) Perryville, Kentucky, 33) Stone's River, Tennessee, 34) Fort Duffield, Kentucky. 2009: 35) Race to Knoxville, Tennessee, 36) Resaca, Georgia, 37) Kennesaw Mountain, Georgia, 38) Assault on Allegheny, West Virginia, 39) Bummers (By Mess No. 1), Georgia. 2010: 40) Backwater 1865, Tennessee, 41) Crampton's Gap, Wisconsin, 42) Wilson's Creek, Missouri, 43) Before The Breakout, Georgia. 2011: 44) Resaca, Georgia. 2012: 45) 150th  Battle of Shiloh, Tennessee, 46) 150th McDowell, Virginia, 47) 150th Fredericksburg, Virginia. 2013: 48) 150th Marmaduke's Raid, Missouri, 49) Kenosha Filming, Wisconsin, 50) Battlefield Tour, West Virginia. 2014: 51) 150th Bermuda Hundred, Virginia, 52) 150th Pickett's Mill, Georgia, 53) Perryville, Kentucky, 54) 150th Franklin, Tennessee. 2015: 55) 150th Bentonville, North Carolina, 56) 150th Home Sweet Home, Minnesota, 57) Floyd's Folly, West Virginia. 2016: 58) Camp Putnam, Ohio, 59) The Picket Post, Tennessee, 60) Perryville, Kentucky. 2017: 61) Advance on Fort Henry (By Mess No. 1), Tennessee, 62) Fort Blakeley, Alabama, 63) On to Richmond, Virginia, 64) Lookout Mountain, Tennessee, 65) Chickamauga, Georgia, 66) Battle of Wauhatchie, Tennessee. 2018: 67) Sailor's Creek, Virginia, 68) Prelude to Invasion, Virginia, 69) Stones River, Tennessee, 70) Averell's Advance, West Virginia.
Averell's Advance - Droop Mountain, West Virginia - November 2-4, 2018 Mess No. 1 led Company "A" of the 28th Ohio for our return trip to the great state of West Virginia. We camped at the original site on Friday. On Saturday, we followed the route of the 28th, climbed Droop Mountain, fought at the top and bivouacked for the night. Photo By Tom George Davison.
Since 2003, Mess No. 1 Has Hosted Three EBUFU Events: Rich Mountain (2006), Bummers (2009) and Advance on Fort Henry (2017) We are Hosting Missionary Ridge in 2019. So Far, We Have Traveled to Seventy Events in Fourteen Different States.
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Mess No. 1 is Hosting Our Next EBUFU Event in 2019 For Missionary Ridge, we will be working with our good friends, the Governor Guards. The date is  set for November 8-10,  2019. If you are interested in attending, Click Here to Register for Missionary Ridge.
January 19, 2019
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Assault on Fort Blakeley - Fort Blakeley, Alabama - April 5-7, 2019 This is a unique opportunity for participants to live in and improve original fortifications, while also viewing much which has been covered with vegetation for years. The works have been improved before, we aren't disturbing anything. This will be a very active event, giving everyone a rare taste of siege warfare in 1865. Leftover registration fees are always donated to the park's interpretive panel project. Mess No. 1 will fall in with the 24th Missouri for this event. Web Site I Guidelines I Register