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The 114th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment Reactivated is a not-for-profit organization (501 C-3)but donations received go toward preserving Illinois Civil War Heritage.
Please read this article article by Jonathan Reyman about his experience at the Brice’s Cross Roads reenactment in June 2014 issue of Camp Chase Gazette.
The purpose of this organization, known as the 114th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry (Reactivated), is to foster patriotism, the Lincoln tradition and the historic past of the United States and the State of Illinois.
Its function shall be patriotic, ceremonial, civic, athletic and charitable. It shall be a living memorial commemorating the ideals of this nation and state in relation to its past and especially to the period of the American Civil War, 1861-1865.
It shall be a memorial to Abraham Lincoln and the Army of Lincoln's time and to the people of Springfield and Sangamon County, Illinois.
On January 10, 1969, the 114th was reactivated by Governor Samuel H. Shapiro. Permission was granted, and the proclamation was made, by the Governor of the State of Illinois to reactivate the Regiment