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The Wildcat Regiment Band is a group of musicians and reenactors who study and perform the music of the Civil War era, using authentic period instruments and uniforms.
These musicians, of all ages and from various professional backgrounds, proudly continue the legacy of the original Wildcat Regiment Band, formed by men from Indiana, Jefferson, Clarion, Clearfield, and Westmoreland counties who joined the Wildcat
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