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Most military units have a civilian aspect within the unit, often made up of family members and friends who do not wish to take on a military persona. You may find out more about those civilian groups by contacting the main person for the military unit.
Below are listed some clubs made up entirely of civilians with no military affiliation, as well as a few other civilian groups.
Howie Loewen / email@example.com
TRAVELING TOWNFOLK (USA):
Catherine Harper / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Traveling Townsfolk is a Union Civilian Unit that strives to portray tradesmen and other civilian impressions of the 1860's in a way that helps the public experience the era. Our camp stays 19th century during the entire encampment, including before and after public hours, giving our members and opportunity to get comfortable in their personas.
WESTMORELAND COUNTY REFUGEES (CSA):
KC Robinson / email@example.com / 503.829.5165
The Westmoreland County Refugees offer members of the 9th Virginia Cavalry a place to do civilian impressions with the support of the military unit but in their own camp, which is near the military camp and portrays a town/refugee environment.
WINCHESTER REFUGEES (CSA):
Rich Mason / Richard_p_mason@hotmail.com / 360.448.9869
The Winchester Refugees offer members of the 2nd Virginia Infantry a place to do civilian impressions with the support of the military unit but in their own camp, which is near the military camp and portrays a refugee environment.