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Monday, 01 December 2008
Men, women, and children not participating in the militia or music units portray a variety of roles and assist with the necessary chores of supporting the camp such as cooking, sewing, and other displays of colonial life. Town militia units from 1770s would have had a large support network of family members and friends to help a Company function. We are especially enthusiastic about the participation of children, believing that our activities are an excellent way for them to learn about our past.
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