Flag of the 22nd Regiment, North Carolina Volunteers (N.C. state flag pattern)
flag of the 22nd N.C. Regiment, with battle honors. Captured at Gettysburg. Restored original in N.C. Museum of
History, Raleigh rededicated on January 15, 2011.
MESSAGE FROM THE CAPTAIN
to everyone! The 2014 reenacting season will soon begin and I look forward to another great year. Joe has updated the website
and he and I wish to thank Dawn, Carolyn,Coleen,Dee, Lisa, and everyone who sent photos for use on the site. I ask each member of our company to look the site over and let us know if you have any suggestions or changes. I
hope to see everyone around the fire soon and can't hardly wait to burn some powder again. Please continue to remember Tony
and his family in your prayers for their recent loss and all of us in our extended reenacting family need to remember each
other often and lift each other up at every opportunity. I look forward to seeing all of you soon.
Your most obedient servant, Captain Henry Rathbone
Henry Rathbone, 22nd N.C. Regiment, Company B
We are an association of living historians representing two impressions from the 1861-1865 era: the 22nd North
Carolina Infantry Regiment, Company B (CSA) and the 3rd North Carolina Mounted Infantry (Kirk's Raiders, USA). Our association participates
in reenactments primarily in Western North Carolina and regions of adjoining states, and our goal is to be an historically
accurate and informative group of reenactors telling the fascinating story of the War Between the States / Civil War in our region.
We are family-friendly and open to all qualified persons, and we enjoy great fellowship in all of our activities. In
all that we do we seek to honor the courage and dedication of the fighting men we portray, and make their sacrifices real
to the 21st-century generation. Please explore the following pages, and note that information will be updated regularly.
Contact information for company officers can be found at the top of the Event Calendar page, and we welcome your