Re-Enactment | Iuka, Mississippi | Labor Day Weekend 2013
Join us on the field for the 151st Battle of Iuka Anniversary
beginning Friday, August 30th through Sunday, September 1st.. Our
re-enactment will take place just outside the Iuka City limits on September
1, 2013. This will be a weekend family event where those dusty old
history books will come alive. There will be a spectacular Battle
Re-enactment, Field Demonstrations, a large Living History Village,
Living History Activities Tents, Guest Speakers and an extensive Sutler
area. Hundreds of re-enactors from across the nation will be
staging the battle re-enactment for this very special re-enactment.
Visit the camps, learn about Civil War Medicine, Music, Weapons and
$200 Bounty paid
for first ten cannons
$15 Bounty paid for first 20 horses
Firewood, straw/hay, water included as well as transportation
living history demos, grand ball and Iuka Heritage Festival
Friday, August 30
- Education Day
Saturday, August 31 - Ambush at Eastport
Sunday, September 1 - Battle of Iuka Re-Enactment
here to go back in history during our
2012 Battle of Iuka event.
New Book Is Available
The diaries of Confederate Brigadier General Henry Little
consist of records from Henry Little’s service from his
entry on active duty in 1839 until he was killed in the
Battle of Iuka in 1862. These diaries are likely the last
diaries of a Civil War-era general officer in private hands
that are still unpublished. The legacy of Gen. Henry Little
constitutes a real piece of little-known American history.
These 13 small books, written in his own handwriting,
provide a fascinating insight into the activities of a
soldier who fought in two wars for both the Union and
Confederate sides and experienced a wide variety of military
activity from Baltimore to Mexico and the expanding American
2012 Souvenir Booklets Are Still Available
150th Souvenir booklet will not be reproduced. It's jam
packed with Battle of Iuka History. So get your copy today.
Only a few remain.