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(4)Eric, I kinda dropped the ball here, who should I coordinate with to pick up the bag? Bill William A. Clemens aka: Cpt. John Putnam Lieutenant & Safety
(3)John - Thanks so much!!! That's gotta be it! Next I have to figure out how to get from Boston/Boston Harbor to Portsmouth in three days - on land, presumably.
(3)Hey Mike: I'll try to answer your questions as best I can: 1. 2018 - the BB and CL voted on Monmouth, Fort Ti and Mount Harmon. The votes did not sync up.
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(3)... The Boston Massacre is commemorated every year by the Bostonian Society, owner of the Old State House Museum (the building in the rear center of the Henry
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(5)Should note as well that the DOD-organized commemorations allow you to use logos for free...simply register as a legit historical commemorative organization,
(3)Hi Mike,Contact Ginny Fowler, the senior ranger, she usually does the invites. I couldn't find her email address but the Cowpens National Battlefield phone
(6)Hi Bob -- Its been awhile since I read Elmer's Journal but I think you will find thatLieut. Elmer marched out of Ticonderoga with the rest of his regiment
(14)Mike, Knowing that brands are often more responsive on social media, I posed a question about your experience on Twitter and got a response from Bass Pro
(14)Gregg, Check out the current "Tent Article" with updated documentation: https://www.scribd.com/mobile/document/287574067/Military-Tent-Article Interpretation
(7)Actually. it's Loudoun County, Virginia. In a message dated 9/10/2017 10:07:48 PM Eastern Standard Time, Revlist@yahoogroups.com writes: That's
(3)Harvey In the mid 1970's, the first musket I bought to join the local reenactment group was a Belgian made musket. As I understand, it was made with many
(3)Also if no sash, coat tails down, as well if your on duty wearing gaitors boots etc a sash is required and coat tail tied up , Unless your a Guardsman! On
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