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Missing item at Fort #4

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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
Bill Clemens
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Oct 13

Seecamplain ?

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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.
robertaselig@juno.com
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Oct 13

Future National Events

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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.
britmarinecapt
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Oct 12

Re: Semiquincentennial 250th

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... 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
J. L. Bell on Revolutionary Boston
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Oct 11

Semiquincentennial 250th

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Should note as well that the DOD-organized commemorations allow you to use logos for free...simply register as a legit historical commemorative organization,
Tate Jones
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Oct 11

Cowpens Reenactment

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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
tricornwillie
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Oct 9

Bennington/Walloomsac 240th

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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
Mike Bennett
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Sep 20

Bass Pro Shops = Anti re-enactors?

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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
Todd Post
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Sep 11

Re: Letters from a Virginia in Washington's Army 1777 part 2

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Gregg, Check out the current "Tent Article" with updated documentation: https://www.scribd.com/mobile/document/287574067/Military-Tent-Article Interpretation
Todd Post
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Sep 11

Fwd: SAR

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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
Timothy Terrell
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Sep 10

Belgian made 'Charleville' Musket

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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
John White
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Sep 6

Wearing of Sashes

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 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
Michael Greeley
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Aug 29
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