> wrote:Tha Revolution was worldwide. These people could not get out of their
own harbors due to blockades and the like. The coast was rough and
the British could not get support from their own people to regulate
the 'Continentals'. The world knew this and also knew that
the 'Rebels could trade solid quality goods with them, so they
allowed and had alliances. Vegas is only one place that has been lost
in terms of past knowledge, there were many dug forts throughout the
world. They interacted with the British in close proximity back then
out here in Vegas and would regualrly trade with each other until the
orders for battle came down. I am intereste din these old dug forts
and have located a few. The first was in Oneida county NY and served
as the HQ for the Ooriskany battle. I ran into some legal problems(
or was it the canadians, wary about a fort nearby?) I am intereste
din stones and found that the Rebels lived more like native Americans
out here and had stone tools for horse hoofs and hammers/tomohawks.
I have found stone teeth(for special occaisions) and also stones that
might be treasure maps carved in them. I found one stone that looks
like it was used as a practice trigger for lack of arms in recruits.
Many battles were fought with the rebels sending men in without arms,
in the realistic view that some would fall and the arms would be used
then. Unarmed men and slaves would also follow their masters in
battle to reload, some had more than one weapon.
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