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The 15th Michigan

Upcoming Events
  • 2018 Season

    Join the 15th Michigan as we take the field at events around Michigan during 2018.

Contact Info
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15th Michigan Vol. Inf.
Based in
Metro Detroit, Michigan
Email: The 15th Michigan
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     Based in and around the metro Detroit, Michigan area, the 15th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Company B is a Civil War reenacting group. We strive to experience first hand the Civil War soldier's life through authentic reenacting and to inform the public about the importance of the role of the Civil War soldier in preserving the Union and building our great nation.

     If you would like to inquire about joining us or if you would like to request our participation at an event, we would like to hear from you

     Annually we participate in many activities designed to foster increased public awareness of the Civil War era.  Our members participate in public discussions and demonstrations of living history, Civil War battle reenactments, military drills, parades, memorials, ceremonies and other related public portrayals of historically accurate Civil War era military and civilian lifestyles and activities.


    The 15th Michigan at the Marine City, Mi event.

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    The following Battlefields were visited by our members in 2010 and 2009. From the Photo Index Page you can view photographs of these and other battlefields visited by our members.

   -   Chickamauga National Battlefield

   -   Lookout Mountain

   -   Missionary Ridge and Orchard Knob

   -   Shiloh National Battlefield

   -   Stones River National Battlefield

   -   Fort Donelson National Battlefield

   -   Perryville Battlefield - State Historic Site


Our other activities.

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15th Michigan Member confronts
"The Ghosts of the Sach Bridge"

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Enjoy!!! more on the Sach Bridge
15th Michigan Member confronts
"The Ghost of Cashtown Inn"

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