Capt. Cox addresses recent fighting in the area of Gettysburg - See the Journal!!

Capt. Cox's AAR of Cowtown now posted in the JOURNAL!!

 Sgt. Downey reports on the action at VICKSBURG - see the Journal!!

The 9th mourns it's recent unexpected loss of our commrade-in-arms Jason Gibbens. See the Journal.

Jefferson City AAR posts - see the Capt's narrative.

Lamoni AAR by Aaron Staab posts in the Journal - see what ya missed!!

Kingston, MO AAR posts in the Journal!!

See the Journal for Capt. Cox's announcement about changes to the 9th's rank structure.

SGT. Downey's AAR report on fighting at Humboldt posted in THE JOURNAL!!

Note - the Dates previously given for the Pipestone, MN event are wrong - please note the correct dates - Aug. 10-12, 2012!!

OAK HILLS AAR posts!!   9th Texas survives heat, humidity, rain, and chiggers at Wilson's Creek. Take three Yankee officers prisoner under the nose of the Federal army. 



Capt. Cox announces recent changes to the 9th's rank stucture in the Journal.

Regimental Meeting  and Muster in Cowtown a sucess - see the Journal !!

See Mr. Downey's AAR from Prairie Grove in the Journal!!

The Ninth mourns the loss of Major  Lang Perdue (Ret.).  See the Journal.

Holden Regatta report posts in the Journal!!

Capt. Cox reflects on the simple things that make our hobby great - in the Capt.'s corner.

COWTOWN event AAR posts in the Journal!!  Read all about it!!

Recruitment in Wichita and a Ninth showing at Plattsburg.  Details posting in the Journal.

Recruitment event set for July at KC.  Come help and enjoy the show!!  See the Journal.

See reports from the last years at Journal or bottom of Schedule for past events!

Battalion meets Billy Yank and soundly defeats them in scored tactical!!

At Hodge Park the Ninth TX shows 'em how to fight and outlasts the weather and the Yanks!!

Captain Brian Cox commanding the 9thTexas  Regiment of Infantry














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The Ninth Texas as it moves out over the field of battle.

An Elite Civil War Reenacting Unit
We are an organized group of folks interested in recreating the life of the American Civil War soldier, circa 1861 to 1865, in camp, in drill, on the march, and in battle. We not only assist the general public in understanding the military events of the War, we have a blast doing it!

Today, the 9th Texas is one of the premier reenacting units in the Midwest with members from Kansas, Nebraska, and Missouri.  The 9th prides itself on offering authentic and diverse battle and living history impressions.  Come join us -- the only obligation is what you owe to yourself to see what you have been missing.

We honor our forefathers be they "Johnny Reb" or "Billy Yank."

Although the usual impression of the 9th is that of a regular army Confederate regiment, we also portray the Missouri State Guard (a pro-southern unit), civilians, and Yankees, when and as the need arises, and are happy to do so in our role as reenactors.

The 9th is solely an historical reenacting group and professes no political, religious, or cultural affiliations whatsoever.

Federal impression

Federal Impression