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  • Some interesting info on "shoe packs" at this website: Of Sorts for Provincials: Moccasins and Shoe packs Of Sorts for Provincials: Moccasins and Shoe packs "Their Shoes,when they wear any are made of an entire piece of Buck-Skin;except when they sow a piece to the bottom, to thicken the Soal.They... View on ofsortsforprovincials... Preview by Yahoo Jim Yaworsky
    jyaworsky@... Mar 10
  • The War Ends – Or Does It? New Exhibit “Turning Point: The War of 1812 from the Native American Perspective” On February 20, 1815, Detroit and remaining Frenchtown citizens learned that the War of 1812 officially ended three days earlier, on February 17, 1815, when the Treaty of Ghent between the United States and Great Britain was ratified by the United States. The War...
    jyaworsky@... Feb 19
  • My apologies to digest readers, who were subjected to a lot of computer gobbledygook in my last message. I noticed when I initially copied and pasted the message from Fort Meigs, that the graphics on it seemed to be accepted by Yahoo Groups. Indeed, if you go to the group's website on Yahoo Groups, it's all there. However, it seems the graphics are messed up when the message goes...
    jyaworsky@... Feb 12
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  • This Weekend Fort Meigs Presents: War of 1812 Peace Day and Symposium 2015 Events Floorcloth Workshop Pre-Registration Required March 14 &15 Cooking Class Pre-Registration Required April 11 Blacksmithing 101 Pre-Registration Required April 11 International Tabletop Day April 11 Material Culture Conference Pre-Registration Required April 18 & 19 Fiber Arts Spinning Class Pre...
    jyaworsky@... Feb 11
  • February 14-16 ​American Presidents & the War of 1812 Exhibit February 15 1pm Presentation Come and learn about the American Presidents who's policies were shaped by the War of 1812. - Monroe, Michigan
    jyaworsky@... Feb 5
  • Fort Meigs Bentley Lecture Series Presents: "The Ohio Militia and Battle of Marblehead Peninsula" 2015 Events Peace Day & Symposium February 14 & 15 Floorcloth Workshop Pre-Registration Required March 14 &15 Cooking Class Pre-Registration Required April 11 Blacksmithing 101 Pre-Registration Required April 11 International Tabletop Day April 11 Material Culture Conference Pre...
    jyaworsky@... Feb 5
  • Forwarded from River Raisin National Battlefield Park, Monroe, Michigan: 202 nd Commemoration of the Battles of the River Raisin! MONROE, Michigan.— Superintendent Scott J. Bentley announced today that River Raisin National Battlefield Park, City of Monroe, Friends of the River Raisin Battlefield, and the River Raisin National Battlefield Park Foundation will be commemorating the...
    jyaworsky@... Jan 6
  • The last full year of the bicentennial draws to a close. One last major bicentennial event about to unfold... Hopefully, we have all had - and will continue to have - a blast! All the best to everyone for the coming year. Yours Aye Jim Yaworsky Moderator
    jyaworsky@... Dec 31, 2014
  • "Holiday Open House" December 14th 1:00 - 4:00pm PERRYBURG, Ohio- Looking for a fun holiday outing with the family? Experience shopping, food, music and more at the Fort Meigs Holiday Open House on Sunday December 14th from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Join us in our decorated visitor center for a family friendly event filled with lots of activities for everyone. Re-enactors portraying...
    jyaworsky@... Dec 4, 2014
  • A similar incident to Richard Feltoe's Chatham story also happened in Galt (now Cambridge) in, I believe, the 1860's. I tried to find the report of the incident but will have to go by memory. Basically, the town had a Crimean War Trophy Gun in its main park. It was Victoria Day and everybody was in the park and dressed in their finest for the celebrations. Some energetic and...
    jyaworsky@... Nov 17, 2014