28th Georgia / 123rd New York
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The 28th Georgia, Company G, at the Resaca Battlefield

Welcome to the home page of The 28th Georgia / 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry! We are a group of American Civil War reenactors who portray both Company G of the 28th Georgia Volunteer Infantry, C.S.A., and Company D of the 123rd New York Volunteer Infantry, U.S.A. Our website is always under construction, so check back often, as we will be adding more things as we progress.

Founded in 1983, the 28th Georgia / 123rd New York is a non-profit organization devoted to keeping history alive through living histories, memorial services, parades, and battle reenactments of the War Between the States. We try to portray as accurately as possible the common, everyday soldier and civilian of the 1860s. We are a family-oriented group and feel that there is a place for everyone. We are not a hardcore unit, but we can adapt to whatever the situation calls for. We practice very strict blackpowder safety rules and are well-disciplined both on and off the field of battle.

We are garrisoned in Resaca, Georgia, and our members come from all over North Georgia and the Atlanta Metro area. We are members of the Georgia Division Reenactors Association, Inc. and our company is part of the Georgia Division Battalion. We normally do from 12-14 events per year, including living histories, and work very closely with the other companies within our battalion. All of our members are true historians and we are regularly invited by the State and National park services to give living history presentations to the public.

If you have the desire to learn more about the War Between the States, teach the public about what it was really like, and enjoy good fellowship around the campfire, then make the effort to contact us. Sit back and browse through our site. We hope you enjoy your visit and come back often.

The 123rd New York, Company D, at the Resaca Battlefield

Visit Our Archives

To learn about the original 28th Georgia and 123rd New York regiments, click on the following links. Included will be regimental histories, rosters, casualty lists, and more.

Pvt. Thomas Green Sheppard, Company I, 28th Georgia

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Sgt. Rice C. Bull, Company D, 123rd New York

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If you have pictures or information about the 28th Georgia or 123rd New York and would like this included on our website, then please contact us. Thanks!

Wanted: Field Musicians!

GDRA Field Music We are looking for fifers, drummers, and buglers to join our ranks as field musicians. The pay isn't much, but the rewards are great. All levels of experience are welcome. Click the following link for more information and to see The Top 10 Reasons to be a Field Musician!

GDRA Field Music

Coming soon to a theater near you!

And just when you thought it was safe to go back to the cinema! If you like to watch Civil War movies or have seen an orientation film at a state or national battlefield park, then chances are that you may have seen us. Click the following link to see what our connection to the film industry is and what we have been up to lately.

Our Filmwork

Our Ghost Story -
Now Back By Popular Demand!

Find out what happened on June 24, 2000, that has become the subject of numerous books, propelled us into folklore history, and has prompted professional ghost hunters to start following us around! Yikes! Hey, we ain't afraid of no ghosts!

Our Ghost Story

Last modified on March 30, 2024.

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