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Future uses for these coats will involve students learning about drilling and tactics during the War of 1812; memorial events such as at the annual January Battle commemoration at the Battlefield Visitor Center; by reenactors in parades and demonstrations, and any other useful opportunities.

Taking the turn at Elm and North Monroe Streets.

Frenchtown Tailors Banner made by Dave Stahl and Grace Connally

The marching group waiting to line up for the Fair Parade

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“United We Stand” sewer Rebecca Mason and coat at the Eby Log Cabin during Fair Week, 2006. __________

WAR OF 1812 ROUNDTABLE

The Friends of the River Raisin Battlefield will host another of their pre-bicentennial War of 1812 Roundtable series of talks at the River Raisin Battlefield Visitors Center at 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 11, 2006.

The

evening’s

presentation

is

entitled

“The

Unfortunate Massacre of Chicago.”

The title is taken from Lt.

Helm’s

description

of

the

event

in

a

letter

written

to

Judge

Woodward in 1814.

Our presenters, Mike Waskul and Dave

Washburn,

will

cover

the

actions

which

led

to

the

killing

of

civilians and soldiers following the evacuation Dearborn at Chicago on August 15, 1912.

of

Fort

Light refreshments will be provided. __________

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