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#1 Jamaica Rose

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Posted 14 June 2009 - 09:50 AM

Great Lakes River Pirates will be in attendedance
Kokomo, Indiana

September 19 & 20, 2009
10 Miles West of Kokomo, Indiana
Adults $5.00 ~ Senior Citizens & Students $4.00
Children 5 and under free
Come and ...........
Feel the excitement of the woods in
beautiful Wildcat Valley of Western
Howard County.

Step back into time......
Watch the re-enactors authenticate the
past in a natural hillside amphitheatre. A
perfect setting to learn about the
French & Indian War and also local history
of Howard County and the city of first, Kokomo,IN.
which is part of the Wabash Valley area.

Hear Chief Koh-Koh-Mah speak of the battles his ancestors fought.

Meet David Foster the founder of the first
trading post in Howard County. Hear for
yourself how Kokomo got its name.

Experience the siege at fictitious Fort Richardville
and the battle on Winding Creek.

Enjoy great food, drink and music.

Purchase something from the past on Trader's Row.

Watch how crafts were done in the 1700's.

Visit the Military Camp, Demonstrator Camp, Longhunter Camp, Voyageur Camp and the Eastern Woodland Indian Village.

Hear God's message as it was given in the 1700's.
Church Service is at 9 AM Sunday in the amphitheatre.

kohkohmahfoster@aol.com Contact Bob Auth for a reenactor registration or application form or for information about the School Program on
Friday, Sept. 18.
--Jamaica Rose
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