The 6th N.H.V.I. Co. E,
Founded in 1995 by then 1st Sgt Michael Sebor,
We are a nonprofit, tax-exempt historical association,
chartered under the laws of the State of New
Hampshire and compliant with the regulations of the
We proudly portray the identity of the 6th New
Hampshire Regiment of Volunteers Company E, who
were recruited from the Monadnock Region of New
Hampshire and mustered in November, 1861.
They trained and encamped at the Fair Grounds in
Keene, New Hampshire, and fought extensively
throughout the war.
We are the ONLY regiment representing the 6th New
Hampshire Volunteers strongly committed to
promoting it's history throughout it's original home
county and state.
This Association’s mission is to accurately portray the
culture, equipment and history of Federal soldiers and
civilians involved with the War of the Rebellion, while
educating, enlightening, and preserving it's heritage
for the public.
Website Created by Sgt.Tarbox 2011
|We are a progressive group of
reenactor's that strive to portray
soldiers and civilians of the
American Civil War in an
At the same time we are in this
hobby to promote part of our
nation's rich history and have
fun doing it.
We participate in living history
time-lines, some of the typical
reenactments as well as more
campaign orientated events that
tend to be more rewarding for
If you have an interest in the
Civil War, whether it be as a
soldier or civilian feel free to
contact us and see if the 6th NH
is for you.
Our civilians often participate
and camp in the Town of Unity.
An area at events set aside for
Within the town there is Mayor, a
post office, sheriff, general
store, pub as well as dwelling
places for non- military families
of both US and CS sympathies.
There are often many activities
in town as well as planned
scenario's that interact with the
You will find the soldiers on the
company street or tucked away
in bivouac off in the shade of
the wood line.
We hope you will join us.
|Site Updated March 12th 2018
|CSA (Confederate) Regalia Statement
A Statement on Civil War Reenacting
Civil War reenacting is about remembering
the past, not the promotion of modern
political agendas and beliefs. The purpose
of Civil War reenactments and living history
displays is to bring to people the memory
of a time when the United States nearly
self-destructed. Over 600,000 Americans
died to settle their divisions. Both sides,
North and South, were Americans.
The results of the war included the
destruction of slavery, the foundation of
future civil rights for many in the 14th and
15th amendments, and a stronger, united
Civil War reenactors are focused on
remembering this divided time to remind a
ll where such division can take us.
Reenactors hope more than anything that a
living history display or a battle
reenactment will spark an interest in a few
of the thousands of people that view them
each year, both young and old, to further
research on the causes, experience, and
consequences of the Civil War.
Therefore, the flags and uniforms at a Civil
War living history event or battle
reenactment are being displayed in a
mobile living history museum. As with any
museum, the purpose is to educate and
inspire, and to encourage an appreciation
We are just trying to pull back the curtain
of time for all to get a glimpse and a sense
of a way of life long gone but not forgotten.
Written by Steve Eames