The Hemlocks in ACTION!
- VERY early photos
- 1998, At the 135th Gettysburg
- 1999, 18th Vermont Fundraiser
- 1999, 135th Cedar Creek
- Live Infantry Shoots!
- Live-Firing Gun #229
- More Parades
- 2002, Winter Quarters
- 2012, Williamsburg Trip
- 2012, Vermont History Expo
- 2012, CMOH Marker in Concord
- 2014, John Wells gravesite in Wolcott
- 2015, Breakout at Petersburg
- 2016, Independence Day, Mt. Washington, NH
Original soldiers of the 3rd!
(Vermont in the Civil War Site)
Independence Day Celebration, July 3, 2016
The Hemlocks at Mount Washington Hotel in Bretton Woods, NH
Debut of Henry Wakefield's Forge. Henry built this forge as closely as possible to the specs of the original forge. It may very well be the most accurate reproduction in existence. And it really heats the iron!
Third Infantry. We pride ourselves on our accurate portrayal of the 3rd VT Volunteer Infantry. Drill by the manual, crisp volleys and period grumbling within the ranks!
Light Artillery. We have enhanced our impression of the 1st VT Light Artillery over the years by adding additional drill and a correct reproduction guidon. Our knowledgeable crews are always anxious to educate the public.
Fife And Drums. And our musicians do a great job!
Thanks go out to the members of the 5th NH Volunteer Regiment who turned out to support us!
(Photographs courtesy of Carla Johnson)
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