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Pictures from the Wabash 225th Symposium

20 March 2017

I probably should have posted this one some time ago....

 

Here are a few pictures from the tour portion of the 225th Battle of the Wabash Symposium, held in Fort Recovery, Ohio.  (the link goes to my Facebook photo album - this hosting site will no longer allow me to add photos to blog posts)  The day was clear and bright, albeit chilly, which made for some great shots.  I have toured this site twice before with guide and Wabash author John Winkler, so I knew what to expect.  The afternoon session was filled with some excellent and not...

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Wabash Symposium

12 September 2016

I am very excited that the folks who manage the Fort Recovery State Museum has scheduled a day long symposium and tour for the 225th anniversary of the Battle of the Wabash.  Slated for November 5th, there will be a two hour tour, and about a half dozen speakers.  Limited attendance on this event, so the day after they announced I had my reservation on its way.  Should restoke the fires for gaming the Miami Campaign.

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The Legion of the United States

12 October 2011

Buried within this website is a page that lists the Frying Pan & Blanket Amalgamated range for the Legion of the United States, better known to most gamers and historians as Wayne's Legion.  The Legion was a short lived military formation, formed of four sub-legions, each sub-legion having infantry (line, light, and rifle), cavalry (dragoons), and artillery (mostly King's Howitzers and six-pounder cannons).  This was the United States Army from the period 1792-1796.  Having this all arms force allowed flexibility to not only the Legion commander, but also each sub-legion commander as well.  Supplemented by militia and some small groups of...

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