The 24th Connecticut Militia Regiment, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, created for the purpose of educating the public about the Revolutionary War. The Regiment is composed of men and women who are deeply interested in preserving and reenacting the life and times of the common people of the Wyoming Valley located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, during the Revolutionary War era. We are a family friendly unit where the emphasis has been placed on the soldiers and women that served in the Army from the Wyoming Valley area of Connecticut. The dress or uniform of our unit is primarily militarized civilian clothing with a mixture of issued military items, as most of the soldiers were from the settlements in the Wyoming Valley.
As a reenacted unit, we have participated in many battles in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, Rhode Island and Quebec City, as well as encampments and demonstrations for civic organizations and municipalities. Encampments and demonstrations for schools, civic organizations, and municipalities can be arranged and a fee is usually charged. The 24th Connecticut Militia Regiment, Inc. is a member of the Continental Line, Inc. We adhere to the strict authenticity, documentation and safety regulations of that organization.