"The Guilford Greys, on Friday night, April 18th, 1861, left Greensboro for Fort Macon. Thus the Rubicon was crossed; thus did North Carolina find herself in armed conflict with the United States; and thus were the Guilford Grays precipitated in the contest in which they were to suffer and endure for four long years."-- Captain John A. Sloan, Reminiscences of the Guilford Grays, Co. B, 27th N. C. Regiment * * * * * * NOTE: For the purposes of insurance coverage, the Schedule of Events listed on this webpage constitutes the official schedule for the Guilford Greys / 14th U.S. Regulars. Assume that any event (reenactment, living history or other event) not listed on this calendar is not covered by our insurance. Listings preceded by "++" are Guilford Greys / 14th US "max effort" events. We will be Confederate at all events unless designated "Federal" or "Both" (bring both uniforms) beside an event's listing. Battalion events are followed by a "(B)" and ANV events by "(ANV)". An "(R)" indicates a Regional event.
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