The 102nd USCT/BHG fosters and preserves the history of the American Civil War (1861 - 1865) by enhancing the public's understanding of Michigan's African American contributions in the conflict through historically accurate reenactments, camp demonstrations, military drills, parades, memorial ceremonies, and civilian activities. This year commemorating the 150th anniversary of our founding.
102 USCT Co. B 2013 Events:
February 23: Chase Public Library, Detroit. Black History Month Presentation.
May 11: Littlefield Community Playfield, Detroit. Living History demonstration.
May 25 - 27: Greenfield Village - Civil War Remembrance Weekend
June 1 & 2: Lapeer Art and History Festival, Lapeer, MI. -Battle of Honey Hill reenactment.
June 22: City of Wayne Public Library. Civil War 150 exhibition.
July 4: Independence Day Parade- Lansing MI
July 27: Moses Wisner Homestead, Pontiac, MI. Civil War Weekend.
August 10 -11: Milford Memories, Milford MI
August 24 - 25: Cascades Civil War Muster, Jackson MI
September 28 - 29: Bay City River of Time
November 9: City of Detroit Veteran's Day Parade.