Brown's Raid

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British Regulars

German Auxillieries

British & German Army Women

Vermont and Massachusetts Militia

American Prisoners of War

Mounted Militia

Schedule

Friday

12:00 PM-11:00 PM Registration Open

British Forces Registration will be in the Guard Room to the right of the archway inside the Enlisted Barracks. American Forces Registration will be at the American commander’s bivouac out by the French Lines. Have your car’s color, model and license plate number ready for a parking pass. Please remove vehicles to re-enactor parking as soon as is convenient. Vehicles must be in re-enactor parking before 9:00 AM Saturday.

8:00 PM Officers’ Meeting

British & Continental Officer will meet on the road half-way between the two camps.

11:00 PM Tattoo

Participants should head back to their tents or quarters for the night.

 

Saturday

7:00 AM Reveille        

7:00 AM to 9:00 AM Registration Open in British and Continental Camps

Any late arrivals should sign-in at registration in their respective camps. All vehicles must be removed to parking no later than 9:00 AM. Unit commanders should ensure that later arrivals sign-in as well.

9:30 AM Fort Opens to Visitors

10:00 AM Inspection of the Armies (Inside the Fort’s Parade Ground and the American Camp)

All British and Continental units will form up on their respective parades for inspection of arms as well as orders for the day.

1:00 PM Assembly for Battle

Continental Forces are encouraged to carry packs. British forces are encouraged to field without camp equipage (excepting canteens). It is the responsibility of unit commanders to inspect any arms that were not present at the 10:00 AM formation.

1:30 PM Re-enactment Battle: The Push to the French Lines (On the Heights of Carillon)

2:00 PM Retire from the Battlefield

British & American units should return to camp. Unit commanders should inspect weapons to insure that all are clear and dismiss their units.

5:00 PM Fort Closes to Visitors

11:00 PM Tattoo

Participants should head back to their tents or quarters for the night.

 

Sunday

7:00 AM Reveille

7:30AM Morning Tactical

Units interested in participating in the morning tactical are to form on their respective parades for safety inspection.  Commanders lead their men into the area designated for the Sunday morning tactical.  Contact will be broken no later than 8:30AM

9:00AM New England Church Service

In the American Camp a spirited New England church service will be held.

9:30 AM Fort Opens to Visitors

10:00 AM Inspection of the Armies (Inside the Fort’s Parade Ground and the British Camp)

All British and Continental units will form up on their respective parades for inspection of arms as well as orders for the day.

1:00 PM Assembly for Battle

Continental Forces are encouraged, but not required, to carry packs. British forces are encouraged to field without camp equipage (excepting canteens).

1:30 PM Re-enactment Battle: Secure the Fort (At the Recreated French Lines)

2:00 PM Retire from the Battlefield

British & American units should return to camp. Unit commanders should inspect weapons to insure that all are clear and dismiss their units.

4:00 PM Vehicles Allowed into Camp

5:00 Fort Closes to Visitors

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