Continental Line Units
The Southern Department
Department Coordinator: Erick Nason
The Southern Department is made up of units representing the colonies of the Carolinas and the Chesapeake. If you are interested in history and the founding of your country this is it! Check out the website of the unit closest to you. Most of us have our campaign calendar on the site. Come visit us at one of our events or better yet, JOIN and be part of the fun!!!
To General Washington, the Continental Congress, and Liberty!!! Huzzah!!!
List of Southern Department Units:
Representing the colony of South Carolina
Second South Carolina Regiment is a unit that has been in active since the beginning of the Bicentennial. The unit is comprised of individuals and families from across the nation (primarily South Carolina). Our primary portrayal is that of a line regiment, but are quite at ease performing light infantry maneuvers as well as manning one of our two field pieces. Our uniform is a blue regimental coat with red facings and cuffs and a distinctive leather cap with the Liberty crescent on the front.
For more information or to contact us go to our website. www.2ndsc.org
Representing the colony of North Carolina
Second North Carolina Regiment is a statewide (North Carolina) unit that has been portraying a line Regiment since 1975, but we are quite capable of performing light infantry maneuvers. Our uniform is a blue regimental coat with blue facings and white tape around the buttonholes.
For more information or to contact us go to our website. www.2nc.org
Kingsbury's Independent Artillery / Locke's Militia is a unit based in Norwood, NC. While first & foremost, we represent Col. Locke's Militia Company; Kingsbury's Artillery is our alternate persona. When serving as militia, we do both infantry & artillery. Whether serving as militia or Continental artillery we are capable, when personnel are available, of fielding 2 three pounders, a light howitzer and a CoeHorn mortar. Militia "uniforms" are civilian attire, Kingsbury's uniforms are basically off-white small clothes & fringed hunting frocks, as they were issued. A few have chosen to purchase Continental Army artillery uniform coats (blue coats with red facings and yellow trim) for use when we portray generic Continental Artillery.
For more information or to contact us go to our website. www.angelfire.com/nc/Lockes
Representing the colony of Virginia
First Virginia Regiment is drawn from the entire Colony of Virginia and is based in Alexandria with members also in Fredericksburg and Richmond area. The unit formed in 1975 and participated in most major events of the Bicentennial and fields companies of Artillery, Line, Rifle and Mounted militia (based in Western Piedmont, NC). A Fife and Drum corps helps direct our movements on the field. We have two uniforms. Our early war uniform is made up of a distinctive round hat, blue gaiters and red garters, and an ozenberg-hunting shirt. Our late war uniform is a blue regimental with red facings.
For more information or to contact us go to our website. www.1va.org
- Second Virginia Regiment
Seventh Virginia Regiment is drawn from the entire Commonwealth of Virginia though the membership is concentrated in the Tidewater/James River, Roanoke, and Richmond areas. The regiment has members portraying Light, Line, and Rifle companies. We have been on the field for 10 years. We have two uniforms. Our early war uniform is made up of militia clothing with a hunting shirt or frock dyed black. Our late war uniform is a blue regimental with red facings and cuffs. The Light Infantry has a distinctive cap.
For more information or to contact us go to our website. http://www.7vr.org
- Tenth Virginia Regiment
Representing the colony of Maryland
- First Maryland Regiment
Representing the colony of Pennsylvania
- Eighth Pennsylvania Regiment
- El Regimiento Fijo de la Luisiana Espanola