Impressions and Historical Information
On this page will be found information regarding the historical regiments and reenacting impressions of the "Palmetto Riflemen & New York Zouaves." If there is any questions or comments that you have regarding anything that you find on this page contact the Webmaster for more information.
Our Historic Impressions
In reenacting each group, or individual, will choose a historical impression which they wish to portray at events, these can be Infantry, Artillery, Cavalry, Civilians, or any of the countless specialty impressions that existed during the conflict. For the members of the "Palmetto Riflemen & New York Zouaves," the following represent the units which we portray when going to events.
For our Confederate impression we portray the members of the "Palmetto Riflemen" which served as Company C of the Palmetto Sharpshooters Regiment of South Carolina Volunteers. For our Federal Zouave impression we portray the "New York Zouaves" which served as Company H of the 17th New York Veteran Volunteer Infantry Regiment; and for our Regulation Federal impression the men of Company B of the 121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
Below will be found links to pages with historical information on the original officers and men of the Palmetto Sharpshooters, the 17th New York Veteran Volunteers, the 121st Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiments and the everyday civilians of the 1860's that our group represents.
Reenacting Impressions & Information
The following is information on our company's reenacting impressions, our uniform standards, historic documents, various articles on ways to improve your impression and other useful items of information which assist us in portraying the everyday soldier and civilian of the 1860's, and their daily lives and activities during the American Civil War.