SARATOGA EVENT FUND-RAISING
- Dear List,
The organizers of this year's Saratoga Event are in the process of raising funds to put on what looks like the largest event of 2007. In an effort to help out, I've decided to donate $10 of every sale of my book on Riflemen to the Saratoga event. The book, entitled, "They Are Indeed a Very Useful Corps: American Riflemen in the Revolutionary War," includes a chapter on the formation of Daniel Morgan's Rifle Corps, and another chapter on their role at the Battle of Saratoga. The Saratoga chapter is full of eyewitness/primary accounts that I think many reenactors will enjoy.
The book also covers the formation of the first continental rifle companies and their role at Boston, Quebec, New York, Trenton and Princeton, Brandywine, Valley Forge, the New York Frontier, and in the South at Kings Mountain and Cowpens.
The books retails from $30 from my publisher (Heritagebooks) but I am selling copies for $25... plus $2 for shipping.
I will also bring a few to Saturday's Continental Line meeting in case anyone is interested in picking a copy up there.
Remember, for every book sold, $10 goes to the Saratoga event to pay for water, toilets, wood, etc... If you already have a copy, maybe you'r local library would appreciate one. Then you'd be helping two groups out at once.
For those interested in this offer, you can contact offline at
or you can send me a check with your return address for $27 at
15517 Laurel Ridge Road
Montclair, VA 22025
For more information about the book, check out:
www.amazon.com Just type in my last name and the book should be among those listed.
Mike Cecere 7th VA
- --- In Revlist@yahoogroups.com, umfspock87@... wrote:
>raising funds to put on what looks like the largest event of 2007.
> Dear List,
> The organizers of this year's Saratoga Event are in the process of
In an effort to help out, I've decided to donate $10 of every sale of
my book on Riflemen to the Saratoga event. . . .
I want everyone to know that Mike volunteered to do this for the
event--the organizers did not approach him with the idea. Very
generous of you!
Christian Cameron has also made similar arrangements for the sale of
his book, "Washington and Caesar."
It should also be emphasized that funding for the basics of the event-
-wood, water, etc.--is already in place. Any additional funding
raised will go towards beefing up the Sat. eve. festivities--
refreshments, entertainment, etc.--a powder allotment for artillery
who fire their guns in the evening cannonade, and, if enough is
raised, a souvenir of the event for all participants and seed money
See you at the meeting Sat.
Whitcomb's Corps--American co-sponsor for Saratoga 230