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October 8, 9 & 10, 2010 | Mississinewa 1812

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Join the Great Lakes River Pirates & the River Rogues as we ply the waters of Mississinewa 1812. Proof that piracy knows no era!

Faithful attention to authenticity has made Mississinewa 1812 the premiere living history event in Indiana. Here you will step back into the wilderness life of early Indiana Territory.

Date: October 10 - 12, 2008

Hours: Friday 9-4, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 9-4

Admission Prices: Adults (Ages 13 & over) $5.00 advance and $7.00 at gate. Children (Ages 6-12) $3.00 advance and $4.00 at gate.

As Lt. Lith would say, See you in the past :lol:

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Mississinewa 1812

October 2, 3, & 4, 2009

Marion, Indiana

Mississinewa 1812 is the largest War of 1812 living history event in the United States. Sponsored by the Mississinewa Battlefield Society Inc, Marion, Indiana with the support of the Department of Natural Resources. It is a historical commemoration of the Battle of Mississinewa fought here on December 17-18, 1812. It's a step back in time to 1812.

[Great Lakes River Pirates will be in attendance.]

About Mississinewa 1812 . . .

Military Encampments. Time travel through the days of the War of 1812 in the British and American military camp viewing the daily life of the War of 1812 soldier. Take a special tour of the British field camp. Ongoing demonstrations also include field drill, artillery firing, musket and rifle drill, battlefield medicine and surgery, and battle reenactments.

Indian Village. The culture of the woodland Indian dominates the largest reconstructed woodland Indian village in the United States. The picketed fort and the traditional long house are the center pieces for this glimpse of Indian life that has been on this site since 1752. Storytellers will captivate you with their Native American legends.

Rivertown. More than 140 merchants, artisans and food purveyors will delight you with their wares, demonstrations of 18th Century crafts, food and drink of 1812. Rivertown offers reproductions of many 1812 necessities including fine yard goods, silver and tinware, pottery, muskets and candles.

Wilderness Area. Life along the rivers and streams in 1812 is recreated in the longhunter, trapper, voyager, and wilderness camps along the river. Each camp features ongoing demonstrations of fire starting, open firing cooking and storytelling in this unique display of wilderness life. Don't be shy about inquiring into their lifestyle.

Food & Drink. More than 20 Rivertown food purveyors offer 1812 delicious foods ranging from English trap pies, barbecued chops, bratwurst, ribs and chicken, hearty stews, baked potatoes, and French pastries to fry bread and ice cream. The aroma will whet your appetite.

Traditional Crafts. Stop and visit with any of Rivertown's early 18th Century master printers, gunsmiths, tinsmiths, silversmiths, soapmakers, potters, blacksmiths, weavers, and other traditional craftsmen. All invite your questions.

Music, Song & Stories. Rivertown is filled with ongoing performances of music, songs, and stories throughout the weekend.

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Battle of the Mississinewa 1812

6000 N 300 W27

La Fontaine, INDIANA 46940

www.mississinewa1812.com

Mississinewa 1812 is the largest War of 1812 living history event in the United States. sponsored by the Mississinewa Battlefield Society, it is a historical commemoration of the Battle of Mississinewa fought here on December 17-18, 1812. It is a step back in time to 1812.

Military Encampments. Time travel through the days of the War of 1812 in the British and American military camp viewing the daily life of the War of 1812 soldier. Take a special tour of the British field camp. Ongoing demonstrations also include field drill, artillery firing, musket and rifle drill, battlefield medicine and surgery, and battle reenactments.

Indian Village. The culture of the woodland Indian dominates the largest reconstructed woodland Indian village in the United States. The picketed fort and the traditional long house are the center pieces for this glimpse of Indian life that has been on this site since 1752. Storytellers will captivate you with their Native American legends.

Rivertown. More than 140 merchants, artisans and food purveyors will delight you with their wares, demonstrations of 18th Century crafts, food and drink of 1812. Rivertown offers reproductions of many 1812 necessities including fine yard goods, silver and tin ware, pottery, muskets and candles.

Wilderness Area. Life along the rivers and streams in 1812 is recreated in the longhunter, trapper, voyager, and wilderness camps along the river. Each camp features ongoing demonstrations of fire starting, open firing cooking and storytelling in this unique display of wilderness life. Don't be shy about inquiring into their lifestyle.

Food & Drink. More than 20 Rivertown food purveyors offer 1812 delicious foods ranging from English trap pies, barbecued chops, bratwurst, ribs and chicken, hearty stews, baked potatoes, and French pastries to fry bread and ice cream. The aroma will whet your appetite.

Traditional Crafts. Stop and visit with any of Rivertown's early 18th Century master printers, gunsmiths, tinsmiths, silversmiths, soap makers, potters, blacksmiths, weavers, and other traditional craftsmen. All invite your questions.

Music, Song & Stories. Rivertown is filled with ongoing performances of music, songs, and stories throughout the weekend.

Mississinewa Battlefield Society

402 South Washington Street

Suite 509

P. O. Box 1812

Marion, Indiana 46953

(765)662-1809 (800)822-1812

www.mississinewa1812.com

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