Third New Jersey Volunteers

Containing a plain and easy INTRODUCTION of the REGIMENT; to which is added HISTORY, INFANTRY, RECRUITING INFORMATION, &c., with explanatory remarks; also, MUSIC OF THE REGIMENT, performed by instruments as used in the U.S. Army, and PHOTOGRAPHS, taken upon the field of duty.

Rally 'Round the Colors

The Battle Cry, Newsletter of the Third Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry

A Guide to Creating A First Rate, First Person Impression

Calendar of Events for the Current Year in Service

The Third N.J. constituted one of the Four Regiments composing what was generally know as the "First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers". The Regiment trained at Fort Olden, Trenton, N.J. until it left the state in June of 1861.
Throughout the course of the Civil War, the Third New Jersey participated in up to fifty-four engagements from Bull Rull to Appomattox Court House. During most of that time, The Regiment was attached to the First Division of the Sixth Corps. Today, the 3rd N.J. is recreated by over eighty re-enactors from all over the state. Accurate impressions and portrayals of soldiers, civilians and musicians greatly contribute to the authenticity. The unit takes part in dozens of re-enactments each year, including it's own at Monmouth Battefield, N.J. each fall.

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Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1998, by Private Jason Wickersty, Third New Jersey Volunteers, and was last updated on the 28th of AUGUST


"In recognition of a superb and outstanding site, it is my honor to award you the Infantry Regimental Site Award. Your site is a real credit to your devotion, hard work and love for the history and heritage of the Third Regiment, New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. Please accept the award with my gratitude for a job well done.My trip through your photo gallery was enjoyable. You have some fantastic graphics on your pages."