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Just up the hill from the main camp, the Company of Select Marksmen and a few hardy souls from various regiments set up thier sparse camp. Almost all slept in the open, thier blanket on a groundsheet under the stars.
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The Northern Brigade's only unit that actually served at Hubbardton, the Company of Select Marksmen actually slept on a hilltop beside the battlefield. This photo, taken on the first day of this year's event shows a section from the CSM with the hill as thier historic backdrop. Hubbardton remains one the best preserved of all Revolutionary War battlefields.
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A mess group of the CSM getting their fire prepared for cooking. Vegetables and the stew pot are a work in progress.
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Marc Auger, Monin's Coy's lieutenant, blows on glowing embers from his flint and steel in preparation for lighting his pipe. A Mohawk woman rests from the days travels on her groundsheet and blanket.
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The men of the Northern army fought alongside their brothers from the Mohawks throughout the war. No doubt many of their skills in patrolling and field craft were learned from thier warrior brothers. Like European women, Mohawk women worked desparatly hard in support of the troops in the field.
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The coat of a man from the 24th of Foot who served in the CSM. The CSM was composed of skilled and agile men from across the Northern Army.
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Twin brothers from Peter's Corps, another Loyalist unit that was composed mainly of men from the part of New York that was to become Vermont after the war.
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Mistress McAnulty, a most dangerous woman, speaks severely to a defaulter.
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