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Units
Florida (local):

4th Brigade (U.S.) Department of Florida. The U.S.S. Fort Henry frequently camps and participates in events with this brigade.  We are a member unit with that brigade for organizational (coordination and safety) purposes. 

Marlin Spikes - early sea shanties

Nationally:

TMLHA - The Tidewater Maritime Living History Association, located in the historic peninsula area of Virginia.

CSA Marines, Company A - Our brothers across the battlefield, Company A out of Pensacola, FL.

U.S.S. Tahoma - Marine and sailor reenactors located in Washington State portray the crew of the Tahoma, one of the ships that raided Tampa in October 1863.

Union Navy - The Union Naval Historical Society (Illinois, Indiana) bring Naval history to life.  They operate a steam powered craft, making appearances in the Midwest and on the gulf and east coasts. 

Navy Landing Party - The USNLP portrays the activities of sailors and marines ashore along the coasts and rivers of the country during the Civil War.

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