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Members of Company G, 17th Missouri Infantry, in action at the reenactment of the Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee, March 2007

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RECENT BRIGADE ACTIVITIES

COMPANY M, 1st MISSOURI LIGHT ARTILLERY

COMPANY K, 1st MISSOURI LIGHT ARTILLERY

COMPANY G, 17th MISSOURI INFANTRY

COMPANY E, 1st MISSOURI ENGINEERS

CIVILIANS

WHO WAS TURNER ANYWAY?

Company G, 17th Missouri Infantry, the "Western Turner Rifles", was raised in the Washington, Missouri, area during the early days of the Civil War. Its reenactors have participated in many regional events, as well as national events such as Corinth, Franklin, Wilson's Creek, Chickamauga, Shiloh, Vicksburg, and Gettysburg. For national events, the unit is affiliated with the Frontier Brigade, 1st Federal Division.

For an official history of the various units of the 17th Missouri Infantry during the War of the Rebellion, read the excerpt of Annual Report of the Adjutant General of Missouri for the Year ending December 31, 1865.

For a descriptive history of the 17th Missouri Infantry, read theWestern Turner Rifles Story.

For information about Company G, contact:

Capt. Greg Zelinske, Company G commander

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