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Mount Harmon Reenactment (Hundreds of Photos) - 25 October 2014

Today was a fun day. The drive from the Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, to Mount Harmon, in Maryland, took a little over two hours and despite having to get up insanely early, it wasn’t a terrible ride.   683 more words

American History

Large Reenactment at Mount Harmon Plantation This Weekend!

Well, I’ve good news and great news.

First the great news!  So many of you already know, this weekend is the Continental Line event at Mount Harmon Plantation. 171 more words

American History

A kind of introduction

History is a kind of introduction to more interesting people than we can possibly meet in our restricted lives; let us not neglect the opportunity.” 280 more words

McConkey's Market and Muster at Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania (9/21/2014)

With beautiful weather and awesome people, greatness collided to make for a fun Market and Muster event at the scenic Washington Crossing Historic Park.  Several Pennsylvania Rev War reenacting units combined to portray the Pennsylvania Associators around 1774-1775–essentially volunteer militia (you can read about them… 447 more words

American History

In Defense of Reenacting in the Wake of a Tragedy

Last Friday night, Eric Frein, an anti-government extremist who is considered “libertarian leaning” by colleagues and friends, opened fire on two State Troopers outside one of their barracks in Pennsylvania. 1,473 more words