From Matchlock to M16: 350 Years of Military History
Living History Encampment
Huntington, NY
July 19, 2003

To celebrate its 350th Birthday, the Village of Huntington had the brilliant idea of inviting Living History Groups spanning nearly every period to camp at Heckscher Park. This 'time-line' event included delegations from the Colonial Militia, French and Indian War, Revolutionary War, the Spanish-American War, plus WWII and Vietnam. Us Yanks and Rebels realized we had some stiff competition in the Living History department. Still, despite any rivalry, we all the chance to review and respect each others fascination with a particular period of history.
Setting Up Camp Setting Up Camp Chopper Inspection by Bob Angelo Gettin' a Fire Going
Now What? French & Indian War Society For Creative Anachronism A Renaissance Lady
Pvt. Joe Nappi Early Militia Bull Revolutionary War
World War II 1st U.S. Volunteer Cavalry, Rough Riders & Colonel Theodore Roosevelt WWII and Vietnam Exhibits Minuteman Meets G.I. Joe
Vietnam Remembered World War II Trappings G.I. Joe Meets Renaissance Man The Blue and the Green
Vietnam Remembered Casualties of War Meets his Ancestor... The Brooklyn Chausseurs
The Rebs on the March Company C, 9th Virginia Infantry Pvt. Kenny Wish we had one of those...
Living Historians Mingling Renaissance Men Take Their Turn
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