Other reenactment groups
4. British Army
1. Reenactment Groups
best, most complete, most uptodate list I have found
for all RevWar groups.
Scroll down the extensive list to find "British Units"
Brigade of Foot Guards (Midwest)
Third Regiment of Foot Guards (Scots Guards)
4th Company Brigade of Guards new site
Southern Crown Forces
The First/Royal Regiment 1757-1764 (F&I, St Louis, MO)
Brigade of the American Revolution (BAR)
Massachusetts (Continental Line), Boston
Northwestern Territory Alliance (Midwestern re-enactors)
Living History Association
Reenactors of all periods
85th Regiment Saintonge (Massachusetts)
New Market Militia (New Hampshire)
Middlesex County Volunteers (Massachusetts)
British Army History (RevWar)
A look at army strength after the F&I, recruiting, the barracks room and more. (UMichigan)
A series of short articles about the many different aspects of life
in the military in the 18th century.
Lots of interesting links...
of Military Historians
"The Company of Military Historians is an educational, scientific, and literary institution devoted to the study and dissemination of "information on the material culture, history, and traditions of members of the Armed Forces of the United States worldwide and other nations serving in the Western Hemisphere."
The Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies
Lots of good solid information here, like the regimental histories of the Loyalist regiments, or the court report of the Court Martial of Lt Anthony Allaire, or Ban Tarleton's report on Waxhaws.
Brigade of Guards uniform
Scholarly article on the outfitting of the First Foot Guards in 1776...why we wear the trousers and hatt-capps.
Women in the Army
a short article from the 64th regiment of Foot
American Independence Museum, Exeter NH
The Articles of War 1778
Here it all is, spelled out in contemporary detail
RevWar Campaign Maps
Lots of contemporary maps
The Regimental Colours
Guards in WW2
Battle of Bunker Hill
Visit the 'web exhibition' of the Massachusetts Historical Society
Campaign of 1776
Battles & Skirmishes
Table of battles with commanders and casualties
Philadelphia Campaign 1777
The official site of the Lexington & Concord battles
Connecticut Historical Society: Clothing Collection
Contains useful large pictures of specific civilian garments, both men's and women's
happened on this day in the RevWar
Michael & Sonja Meals' website.
happened on this day in history
On this website
(with an emphasis on American & British history 1600-1900)
much was a dollar worth?
Input any year and find today's $ value
F&I through RevWar
Resources on costumes etc
of Congress collection
of Congress Military Maps
in the War of Independence
from no less a source than the CIA
A compendium of articles, links etc
How much was
Calculator that translates English money of any date into current pounbd value.
The Tory Tailor
Valley Forge PA
Roy and Debra Najecki
Tape, thread and notions for sewing
fabrics, patterns and accessories
& Marcia Giordano
Reproduction tin kettles
All things horn
Tin and copper ware
Reproduction drill manuals and period books
Buttons, buckles, and hardware
The Rifle Shop
manufactures replacement parts, stocks, and barrels
Tuckahoe Trading Company
Men's clothing, pottery, and leather goods
military books and forms
Track of the Wolf
Parts, kits, and completed custom muskets, fowlers and rifles
4. BRITISH ARMY
Guards Association of East Kent
of British Military Terms and Slang
from the British Empire
Many come from after the Revwar, but it's a fascinating collection.
"Bring me a burra-peg. Imshi! Imshi!"
Private tours of the Waterloo site