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== Yderligere læsning ==
* {{cite journal |last=Allred |first=Randal |title=Catharsis, Revision, and Re-enactment: Negotiating the Meaning of the American Civil War |url= |journal=Journal of American Culture |year=1996 |volume=19 |issue=4 |pages=1–13 |doi=10.1111/j.1542-734X.1996.1904_1.x }}
* {{cite journal |last=Chronis |first=Athinodoros |title=Coconstructing heritage at the Gettysburg storyscape |journal=Annals of Tourism Research |year=2005 |volume=32 |issue=2 |pages=386–406 |doi=10.1016/j.annals.2004.07.009 }}
* {{cite journal |last=Chronis |first=Athinodoros |title=Co-constructing the narrative experience: staging and consuming the American Civil War at Gettysburg |journal=Journal of Marketing Management |year=2008 |volume=24 |issue=1 |pages=5–27 |doi=10.1362/026725708X273894 }}
* {{cite journal |last=Gapps |first=Stephen |title=Mobile monuments: A view of historical reenactment and authenticity from inside the costume cupboard of history |journal=Rethinking History |year=2009 |volume=13 |issue=3 |pages=395–409 |doi=10.1080/13642520903091159 }}
* {{cite book |last=Hadden |first=Robert Lee |url= |title=Reliving the Civil War: A reenactor's handbook |location=Mechanicsburg, PA |publisher=Stackpole Books |year=1999 |isbn= }}
* {{cite journal |last=Hall |first=Dennis |title=Civil War reenactors and the postmodern sense of history |url= |journal=Journal of American Culture |year=1994 |volume=17 |issue=3 |pages=7–11 |doi=10.1111/j.1542-734X.1994.00007.x }}
* {{cite web |url= |title=The Great Reunion of 1913 |accessdate=15. august 2008 |date=september 1998 |author=Heiser, John |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}
* Horwitz, Tony. ''Confederates in the Attic: Dispatches from the Unfinished Civil War'' (1998), an ethnographic study of re-enactors and groups engaged in remembrance.