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POINT LOOKOUT - MARYLAND - MARCH 2008
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ORIGINAL OHIO SOLDIERS
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Corporal Jason Jack
8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "G"
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Captain James K. O'Reilly
8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Companies "B" & "E"
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Major Samuel Carol
8th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
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Private Levi Miller
Ohio Regiment
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A Federal Soldier From Ohio
The first five photos are from the Library of Congress.  The others are from the Ohio in the Civil War web page created by Larry Stevens.  To find out about every regiment from Ohio and view other images, please visit the website at www.ohiocivilwar.com.  The main photographic contributor to the Ohio in the Civil War page photo collection is Mr. Larry M. Strayer.
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Private John H. Hooker
24th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "K"
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Private Simon Pressler
21st Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "E"
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Private George W. Hance
60th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "D"
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Private John Everhart
43rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "K"
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Private Joseph Parkinson
62nd Ohio Volunteer Infantry
Company "F"
LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN - TENNESSEE - NOVEMBER 2003
SHILOH LIVING HISTORY - TENNESSEE - APRIL 2004
Ken, Eric & Evan
149th New York
Color Company
The Battalion Heads Up the Mountain
Skirmish Line - Color Company of the 149th
The Skirmish Line Advances up Lookout
Ron Roth Re-Creates A 149th New York Moment From the Original Assault.
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8th Illinois - Eric is Kneeling at Right
Jim Butler of the Salt River Rifles & SCAR
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Federal Camp at Shiloh (Note Sibleys)
8th Illinois Monument on the Field
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Famous Image Spot at Devil's Den
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Joe, James & Jake Ponder The History
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Reading the 8th Illinois  Monument.
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The Famous Hornet's Nest at Shiloh
INTO THE WILDERNESS - VIRGINIA - APRIL 2004
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Mess No. 1 Poses For Bob Szabo
A Stop at Devil's Den on the Way
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Little Round Top - Gettysburg
Ken, Eric T., Eric G., Jake, James, Joe
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Jim Butler and Park Ranger Joe Davis
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Member of the Salt River Rifles
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Eric Grothaus Points Out The Obvious
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Another View of Famous Devil's Den
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Note the Smoke Hanging in the Air
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Federal Dead on the Field at Picketts Mill
BATTLE OF PICKETT'S MILL - GEORGIA - MAY 2004
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The 5th Kentucky are on the Attack
The Federal Assault Continues in Vain
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The Confederates are Behind the Fence Rails
Federal Casualties on the Field
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After a Long Day the Federals Are at Rest
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This Final Speech Inspired Rich Mountain
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Dave Chinnis - of the 52nd  Pennsylvania with National Colors
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Mess No. 1 at the Conclusion of Sumter
FORT SUMTER - SOUTH CAROLINA - FEBRUARY 2005
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Mess No. 1 Inside the Walls of Fort Sumter
Mess No. 1 - Tim Nye & Joe Liechty & the Flag.
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A Boat Silhouette in Charleston Harbor
Men of the GHTI Brave the Harbor
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Inside Fort Sumter
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Federal Battalion in Front of the Casements
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Woodchuck, Ewing, and Runyon Pose
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The 52nd Pennsylvania Storms Sumter With Joe Liechty Leading the Way
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The Waves in Front of Fort Sumter
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GHTI - Justin Runyon in Foreground
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A View of Sumter From Morris Island
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The Federals Prepare to Leave Morris Island for Fort Sumter
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Missouri Home Guard Assembled
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OK, Whose Ass Is It?
ATHENS LIVING HISTORY - MISSOURI - AUGUST 2005
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Bathing "Uglies" in the Missouri River
Missouri Home Guard Camp at Athens
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GHTI (& Mess No. 1) Camp Life Image
Fourth on the Line (Company "C")
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Eric, Joe, Evan, Ken
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Different Angle
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Joe Liechty
Eric Tipton
Ken Cornett
Evan Zimmerman
A FIGHTING WITHDRAWAL - TENNESSEE - MARCH 2006
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The Federal Battalion is on the Move
The Critters Portray Confederate Cavalry
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Once Again, Federals are on the Move
The Confederates are on the Line
Members of Mess No. 3 Getting a Fire Going
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We Are Still Resting... For Now...
The Battalion is Ready to Move Again
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Full Marching Order - Mess No. 1 at left.
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Where There is Smoke, There is Fire
Mess No. 1 Wasting Some Time at Rest
The Federal Battalion at the Conclusion of A Fighting Withdrawal
Mess No. 1 at the Conclusion of the Event
RICH MOUNTAIN - WEST VIRGINIA

JULY 2006 - Mess No. 1 created and organized the Rich Mountain 145th Anniversary Event with the Rich Mountain Battlefield Foundation.  The Federals (10th Indiana) at Rich Mountain were the first in 145 years to complete the flank march, and we did it without knapsacks, just like the originals under Rosecrans.  Please Click Here to Visit the Rich Mountain Image Gallery.
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LIFE ON THE LINE - VICKSBURG, MISS.

JUNE 2007 - Mess No. 1 traveled to Vicksburg, Mississippi to portray the 56th Ohio.  This event was organized by our good friend and Honorary Mess Mate - Patrick Landrum. It was held in the actual breastworks at the National Battlefield. It was quite hot at the event.  Quite hot.  Pictures By Eric Tipton.  Click Here to Visit the  Image Gallery.
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Steve Spohn and the Boys Go Crabbing
Steve  Tries Again As The Boys Look On
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View of The Barracks at Fort Lincoln, Maryland
It Looks Like Ken Spotted a Crab!
Interior of the Barracks at the Fort
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Precious is Looking Really, Really Good
Interior of the Barracks at the Fort
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The Mess No. 1 Boys Looking Relaxed
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Interior of the Barracks at the Fort
More Exterior Images of the Restored Fort
More Exterior Images of the Restored Fort
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A Period Moment on the Atlantic Ocean
BUMMERS - GEORGIA - NOVEMBER 2009

Mess No. 1 and the Armory Guards conceived and planned this event which attracted over five hundred living historians to Molena, Georgia for the largest authentic event of 2009. Bummers has generated much praise and some controversy.  This gallery has photos from several participants at the event.  Click Here to Visit the Bummers Image Gallery.
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Click Here to Visit Mike Hicks Shiloh Image Gallery
150TH SHILOH - TENNESSEE - APRIL 2012

Mess No. 1 had the honor to attend the 150th Anniversary of Shiloh Event.  We portrayed the 15th Iowa in a realistic sized regiment of five hundred dedicated historians.  We rode the Minnehaha Paddle Wheeler and marched five miles through the original battlefield into battle.  Click Here to Visit Mike Hicks Shiloh Image Gallery.
150TH FREDERICKSBURG - VIRGINIA - 2012

We attended the event as the 69th New York of the Irish Brigade.  At the event, we crossed the Rappahanock  River on a pontoon bridge, just like the originals did to attack the city.  We fought through town until the final assault on Marye's Heights from the same spot as the 69th. Click Here to Visit the Video & Image Gallery.
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150TH MCDOWELL - VIRGINIA - MAY 2012

Mess No. 1 represented the 82nd Ohio at McDowell.  We had the pleasure of falling in with the Liberty Rifles.  On Sunday of the event, we fought on the original battle ground - Sitlington Hill.  Steve Spohn took most of the pictures in this gallery.  Click Here to Visit the McDowell Video & Image Gallery.
WEST VIRGINIA ROAD TRIP - OCT. 2013

In October of 2013,when Bulltown was canceled, at the last minute because of the government shutdown. Instead of giving up our weekend trip, we jumped in a van and took a battlefield tour of West Virginia. It turned out to be quite the excellent trip. Click Here to Visit the West Virginia Mess Road Trip Gallery.
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150TH FORT SNELLING - MINNESOTA - 2015

The 150th "Home Sweet Home" Event was held at Fort Snelling, Mineapolis, Minnesota.  It was billed as the finale of the 150th Event Cycle since the scenario was the return of the 2nd Minnesota Infantry, just as they did 150 years ago. Photo Gallery By Paul Boccadoro.  Click Here to Visit the Home Sweet Home Gallery.
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150TH BENTONVILLE - N. CAROLINA - 2015

The Bentonville 150th Event was led by our good friend, Ivan Ingraham and it turned out to be a smashing success.  After a nine mile march on Saturday, we entered the camps to a long line of spectators & soldiers awaiting our arrival.  The perfect bookend to the Shiloh 150th Event.  Click Here to Visit the Bentonville Gallery.
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150TH GETTYSBURG - JUNE 2013

Eric Tipton attended the 150th Gettysburg Blue-Gray Alliance event as a spectator/photographer.  Scott Bierer, Ken Cornett and Joe Liechty attended with the Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry.  If you use any photos, please credit Mess No. 1. Click Here to Visit the Gettysburg Image Gallery.
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FLOYD'S FOLLY - WEST VIRGINIA - 2015

Mess No. 1 portrayed the 10th Ohio at Floyd's Folly, the regiment of then Colonel William Lytle.  This photo gallery is from Craig Flick and photos gathered by Dave Hull on Facebook.  Let us know if any images are yours and we will assign the proper credit. Click Here to Visit the Floyd's Folly Gallery.
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ADVANCE ON FORT HENRY - TENNESSEE - 2017

A Mess No. 1 Event by Seth Hancock. In February of 2017, Mess No. 1 hosted our first event since Bummers in 2009. This event featured a seven mile march and a living history near the original Fort Henry grounds. What a great weekend at LBL. Thank you to all who participated!  Click Here to Visit the Advance on Henry Gallery.
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