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2013 Event Schedule

Here's What You Missed!

Friday - September 27, 2013

Special School Day

Hours 9:30 am to 1:30 pm (after 1:30-Homeschool groups)


Stations: Each school group should plan on 30 to 45 minutes per Area.


Area A

(1) Coffee’s Mounted Rifles

(2) The Regular Army

(3) Tennessee Militia and Volunteers

Musket firing at 10:00 am, 11:00 am, 12:00 pm


Area B

(4) General Jackson and staff

(5) David Crockett

(6) Women on the Frontier


Area C

(7) Arrow head maker

(8) Hide Tanning

(9) Artillery

 Artillery firing at 10:30 am, 11:30 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm

The TN State Museum's

"The War of 1812 Traveling Exhibit"

at the Lincoln County Public Library

was an Awesome Success!



Visual Display of David Crockett's Life


David Crockett's First Rifle


​"Crossroads to Destiny"

print signing by Artist H. David Wright



Sunday - September 29, 2013
(Interpreters Only)

7:00 am               Reveille

9:00 am               Church Call & Service

10:30 am            Break Camp

1:00 pm               Camps Close

Saturday - September 28, 2013

6:30 am               Reveille

8:00 am               Safety and Authenticity Inspection

9:00 am               Camps open to the public

9:15 am               Colors and Welcome Speech from Generals Jackson and Coffee with Artillery Salute

10:00 am            Dr. Tom Kanon, The Creek War, Part I    

10:30 am            Speeches and election of militia officer

11:00 am            Militia and Volunteer Drill

12 Noon              Music by Paul & Kim Caudell

1:00 pm               Recreation of "Crossroads of Destiny"

1:30 pm               Artillery Firing

2:00 pm               Inspection of Militia & Drill

2:30 pm               Dr. Tom Kanon, The Creek War, Part II

2:45 pm               Women’s Fashion

3:15 pm               Music by Paul & Kim Caudell

4:00 pm               Colors and Tattoo, Address of General Jackson

5:00 pm               Camps Close to the Public

6:00 pm               Dinner, Evening Events and Music


On going Demonstrations:

(1) Women’s roles, fashions, and skills

(2) Coffee’s Mounted Rifles

(3) Recruiting Station for the Regular Army

(4) Life in Camp with the militia and volunteers

(5) Period crafts and skills including leather work, woodwork, sewing, etc.

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