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Lansing Manor, in the Schoharie Valley near Yorker battlefields. A beautiful site run by the NY Power Commission
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The manor house dominates the site. The event attracted approximatley 100 muskets per side. It featured a tactical each day, followed by an afternoon public battle.
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What a sight to start your saturday morning! Mr.s Cameron and Sanford.
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Sjt Fernberg of Duncan's Coy in his alternate impression .... Duncan's chief cook and bottle washer.
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Amanda Moore dressed perfectly for breakfast. She holds a steaming mug of coffee.
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The battlefield. Looking down from the heights occupied by the Crown Forces into the low ground the rebels must advance through. A beautiful location, carefully scouted by our lights and officers to set a trap for the rebels.
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Sjt Mjr Moore in a typically comic pose. In dead ground out of site to the approaching enemy the Yorkers wait. They had just finished building a proper log fortification atop the hill to thier rear. Ft. Joyner as they called it would come in handy.
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The unfortunate commanding officer. One can only imagine McGeaghie is counting his lucky stars that its not him. Note musketman Wannamaker to the right rear, making one of his special appearances on the field.
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One of the old soldiers of the regiment, Ensign Moore appearing in the ranks. For comparison, check out his 1982 picture from the Knox Church event in the historic photos section of this photo gallery.
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A lonely grenadier awaits the rebels.
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