"Who Are Our State Reps. and What Do They Do?"
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Initially, the office of State Representative was instituted to
provide point contacts for The Signal Corps Association Re-enactors'
They also now may serve as Initial Contacts for others wishing
to know more about 1860's American Military Communication and Allied
Interests, this includes Signal & Telegraph Reenacting, whether
to learn more about The Signal Corps Association Re-enactors' Division
(SCARD), State Level Detachment or to help locate "Station Locations".
They may offer additional Contact Information for SCARD's parent organization
- Signal Corps Association (1860-1865) such as, information
concerning the Signal, Telegraphic, Aeronautic and Intelligence History
of the American Civil War.
Representatives also strive to know the whereabouts of any re-enacting
groups within their state boundaries and to maintain contact listings.
If provided in a timely fashion, they can also share knowledge of Up-coming
Presentations offered within the boundaries of their respective state,
noting events at which SCA/SCARD members/speakers, or kindred organizations
expect to provide a Signal Corps, Telegraphic, Intelligence or general
1860's Communications Presence.
State Reperesentatives, serve as the gate keepers and greeters for
sharing and providing an informational understanding to help guide inquirers
toward a greater historical awareness of American Milirary Communications
during the War of 1861, a.k.a. "The Late Unpleasentness."