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Tennesseans

To Arms!



Volunteers Wanted for Service in the
44th Tennessee Consolidated Infantry

A company of Stout Hearted Southrons is now being formed in the Washington Civil War Association to represent this famed regiment of Bushrod Johnson’s Tennessee Brigade.

A campaign style unit! Live the life of a soldier on campaign, not a pretender huddled in a winterquarters tent - in July. Learn how campaign style camping can be more luxurious than the perceived comfort of tent and cot. See my article entitled, "Less is More" which appeared in Camp Chase Gazette. .

Live a soldier's life! Wear jeancloth, shoulder your musket, carry your gear, and drill according to the Musket Drill. Survive on sow belly, hardtack, corn meal, and coffee. See, Authenticity Standards for the unit. Where can I purchase some of this stuff? Click here for the Resources Page on the Authentic Campaigner site.

Blaze a trail that others will follow. Make your mark and bring history alive. For more information, contact Mark (Silas) Tackitt; P.O. Box 46330, Seattle WA 98146 - 0330; 206/682-7566.

Dated this 31st day of August, 1862, at Chattanooga, Tennessee by orders of

Gen. Bushrod R. Johnson
commanding Johnson’s Brigade, Buckner’s Division, Army of Tennessee.

General Bushrod Rust Johnson


First at Shiloh, forged the way at Chickamauga, bottled Butler, and surrendered with Lee at Appomattox!


Links related to the 44th:

Reports from the Official Records regarding the 44th Tennessee Consolidated Infantry

History page devoted to the 44th Tennessee Infantry: Includes histories of the 44th, 55th, and 44th Consolidated Tennessee regiments

Roster of Company D, 44th Tennessee Consolidated Infantry

44th Tennessee Consolidated Infantry's Appomattox Court House Paroles

Link Related to Another Unit of Johnson's Brigade

17th Tennessee Infantry (Johnson's Brigade)

Link to Another Local Tennessee Reenacting Unit

14th Tennessee Infantry (Archer's Brigade)- NCWA

Links to Tennessee Civil War Information

Tennessee Confederate Pension Applications: Soldiers and Widows

The Tennessee Civil War Home Page

Motlow State (Tennessee) Community College Civil War Research Center

Just a reciprocal link

Living History Cam- Living History video and picture presentations on the internet


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Last updated 30 December 2000 at 2100 hrs.

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