Outwater's Militia Reenacting the Revolutionary War militia in New Jersey. Today's Outwater's Militia is a non-profit, tax exempt 501 (C), educational/historical association dedicated to recreating / reenacting the life and times of the soldiers and civilians who served in the original company in the American War of Independence, from 1777 to 1783. Outwater's also does lectures, parades and dedications.
"Women's Work: Embroidery in Colonial Boston": "This is the earliest known Boston sampler from the eighteenth century. The squirrels at the bottom were a common motif in domestic embroideries such as bed hangings and chair seats.
Women visited the camps often. When well-todo women visited the camps it was more symbolic than practical. Them being there was a declaration that said that everyone was making sacrifices for the cause of the war.
I heard the young man behind me talking. Of course, he was not supposed to be. We were drilling, no not a real battle, but in this business, you never know what could happen. He needed to practice like he played.