We march in many city and town parades. Yet this only one of the many activities we do throughout the year
The Encampment at Mount Vernon...
Allows some of our southern members to reconnect with the members in the north. The large 2nd Mass membership spans the eastern seaboard of the U.S.
Dr. Hart successfully extracts a musket ball from a wounded soldier
Our Flying Hospital demonstrates many medical procedures for the spectators as part of a comprehensive presentation on 18th Century medicine.
Make ready, present...
Awaiting the command to fire upon the British Crown forces, the 2nd Mass is always at the front of the line in the fight for freedom
Facing off against the British Regulars...
at Battle Road in Concord is an annual April event for the 2nd Massachusetts (in our militia clothing).
Welcome to the home of Col. Bailey's 2nd Massachusetts Regiment. Step with us into the 18th Century
(or as close as we can get)
The modern Col. Bailey's 2nd Massachusetts Regiment was founded in 1974 and has been continually active up to the present day. We strive to celebrate our country's heritage through first-hand experience recreating the events of the American Revolutionary War (1775 - 1783) as well as honoring those who served.Spanning a range from Quebec Canada, to Savannah Georgia, to London England, over the decades we have educated and entertained folks on the subject of 18th Century life in many ways. Our members range from children to adults, and like the original members, we also come from many walks of life. Latest Tweets
Congratulations to Scott (S)Minkey for receiving the annual Minkey Award. Begun in 2010, this award is presented to the soldier who was nominated as the best (non-funny) death or wounded performance on the field of battle.