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     The links below lead to web pages devoted to groups which portray a particular regiment in the Continental Army during the revolutionary war.  The scope of the pages vary from treasure troves of historical information with colorful images to simple listings of the unit name and some aspects of their portrayal.  Each, however, likely contains some method of contacting the unit leader.  As such, these links should prove useful to other re-enactors seeking to contact their fellows and non-reenactors seeking enlistment information or simply browsing or doing research.

         The units listed in this and the following pages, to my knowledge, are the only ones portraying Continental Line units which maintain web pages.  There are other unit types which have pages, which are accessible from the Regimental.  Also, there are a vast number of units which maintain only e-mail addresses or have no web connections at all.  These may be contacted or explored via the Organizations links in the Regimental, particularly the Continental Line and BAR sites.

       The image to the left of the unit name is the Facing or Lapel of that unit's uniform during the revolution with Button.  All units featured in this page wore blue regimentals in this time frame.

       If  you have any questions or comments please drop me a note. Thanks for visiting!

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Casualty Page no longer active 1st Maryland Heavy Infantry

                  ----------  Maryland based line unit

2nd North Carolina Regiment  

                  ----------  A large North Carolina unit

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