Welcome to the Home Page of
Co "K", 6th TX Infantry
Port Hudson reenactment, only weeks away, is on the original ground
"K", 6th Texas Infantry Regiment "Alamo Guards" is a group
of dedicated men and women who reenact the period of the American War
Between the States (often called the Civil War) in order that our
generation may better understand this important and pivotal part of our
Here is a picture
of 1st Sergeant Cheek (Now Lieutenant cheek0 preparing reports at the 2012 Shiloh
While our primary
impression is Confederate, we DO galvanize
(portray) as Federal Infantry when needed.
(Our secondary impression is 165th New York Volunteer
Infantry – Zouaves!)
here, on Sunday of the Shiloh reenactment when we marched in as part of Buell’s
army and counter-attacked.
We belong to the
1st Confederate Division and it is the policy of the Division to galvanize
We also fall in
with our pards in the 9th Texas Infantry and comprise the Red River
Seen here at the Murfreesboro reenactment, Oct. 2003
About half of our members are from the San Antonio (Bexar
County) area, and we have many who
live north to Austin, south to Laredo
and to Corpus Christi, and from Houston.
Authenticity is our greatest goal
but safety is our #1 goal. All new recruits will be taught and certified
in safety and drill first before being allowed to shoot or carry any
weapon on the field. We owe this to you and the pards
on the field. This is NOT negotiable.
Contents of this
Message Board : Message board
for the RRBN and guests.
History: Brief history of the original
Roster of the original Co "K".
Schedule 2013: Where we plan to be this year. Has links to event
Picture Page: Pictures of us and what we do.
Recruiting Page: Information for new recruits and our Authenticity
Note the link to pictures of an original shell jacket:
Federal impression: Zouave!
Drill Maneuvers: The historical Sixth Texas was trained to
drill "like a machine"
Safety: Rules on safety at reenacting
Links to other units and good information.
Reenacting cooking: Eat like the
original Civil War soldiers! Not just
Articles from recent years:
Articles from our monthly newsletter, some also published in another version in
the Camp Chase Gazette reenacting magazine.
Newsletter: Older articles from our
Virtual 6th Texas: Members of
our unit with e-mail addresses.
Artifacts from Texas
History including documents and flags.
Elections: Information on
elections that were done in the 6th TX.
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