Re-enacting Groups

One of the questions the Texas Civil War Museum gets the most is, "How do I find a Re-enacting Unit, or where can I see a Re-enactment?"

As a service to our guests we are providing a page of web sites of various reenacting groups. The museum does not endorse any particular unit. Any unit can send a request to the museum asking to be added to the list. All are listed in the order received. 

Texas Civil War Living History Institute 817.757.4040


22nd Texas Light Infantry 281.382.2073


- FaceBook 22nd Infantry

Research Links

The Texas Civil War Museum is not a research facility. For your ready reference we have provided helpful links to access sites which partner with us. 

The Texas Civil War Museum web site contains links for other web sites. The sites listed are those with whom we have a working collaboration or a direct partnership. Even though we attempt to ensure the accuracy and usefulness of our own web site, we make no claims about the accuracy of materials and web sites other than our own. External links are intended to be informational and do not have the endorsement of the Texas Civil War Museum. We are not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of other such web sites. 

Blog site by Don Barnhart can be accessed by connecting to: This interactive blog deals with Texas Military History and Old West. 

Tourism Partners: 

Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau:

Log Cabin Village:

Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District:

Texas Lakes Trail:

Confederate Reunion Grounds:

Educational Partners:

Grady McWhiney Research Foundation:

Education In Action:

Fort Worth Civil War Round Table:

Bureau of Printing And Engraving:

Region XI Service Center:

The Civil War for Kids: 

Research Partners: 

Haley Memorial Library and History Center:

Hill College Confederate Research Center:

Navarro College Pearce Civil War Collection:

National Archives Southwest Region: 

Texas State Archives and Library:


Fort Worth Public Library:

Organization Partners: 

Texas Division United Daughters of the Confederacy:

Texas Association of Museums:

Texas Historical Foundation:

Texas State Historical Commission: