72nd New York State Volunteer Infantry  

Company C

3rd Regiment, 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, 3rd Corps

Army of the Potomac

(Reenactors of the American Civil War)

 

Our 2017 Schedule (updated 2/22/17) 

 

 

Renacting Information

About us

The Art of Reenacting

Equipment List - Illustrated

Popular Songs of the Period

Event Photos

150th Gettysburg Reenactment Photos

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Links to Historic 72nd

Historic Photo Gallery

Roster of Men and Officers

Dyer's Compendium History

     of the 72nd New York

History of the Excelsior Brigade

History of the Third Corps

Fox's Regimental Losses

Letters and Correspondence

New York State Military Museum:72nd Infantry Regiment 

New York StateVolunteer Infantry Wikipedia Page

 

Henry Le Fevre Brown's

"History of the 3rd Regiment

    Excelsior Brigade 72nd New

    York Volunteer Infantry

    1861-1865"

   Full document (7.2 mb)

    Pages 1-100 (4.7 mb) 

    Pages 101-158 (2.6 mb)

 

 

Recommended Reading

For Beginning Reenactors

For Serious History Buffs

 

****LATEST BOOK****

 "72nd New York  Infantry

       in the Civil War"

         by Rick Barram

 

The 72nd NYSVI at Dog Island, Red Bluff, April 2012

 

 

A VFW Post 2015 funeral honors firing squad and RACW 72nd New York Civil War reenactors fire a three-volley rifle salute during the grave dedication of Civil War veterans James Caulfield (1837-1921) and Michael Trafz (1826-1916)  at Hartley Cemetery in Lakeport.

 

 

*Third Excelsior Association*

 

 

2017 Officers 

 

Captain

    C.J. Hewitt

First Sergeant

   Zack Backus   

Second Sergeant

   Shawn Pike

Corporals

   Keith Barron

   Jon Geir

   Raymond Price

   Pete Schwatka

 Quartermaster Corporal

   Matt Stinson

   

 

Webmaster

   Pete Schwatka

 

 

 

 

 

Near Culpeper, Virginia.

Seated left to right,

Generals Gershom Mott and John H. H. Ward

 

Standing left to right

 Colonels John E. Farnum, Wm R. Brewster and John S. Austin