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Contemporary Makers: KRA Display and Simon Kenton at Circa History Guild

Contemporary Makers: KRA Display and Simon Kenton at Circa History Guild

"Heyer, says the New Market Press, is the person with the earliest birth date ever captured in a photograph. Heyer himself was a veteran of the Revolutionary War."

Conrad Heyer, a Revolutionary War Veteran, Was the Earliest-Born American To Ever Be Photographed

"Heyer, says the New Market Press, is the person with the earliest birth date ever captured in a photograph. Heyer himself was a veteran of the Revolutionary War."

General Francis Marion. Revolutionary War hero. Known as Swamp Fox, because he could navigate the swamps better than anyone. Led British Colonel Banastre Tarleton on a wild goose chase through a swamp for over 7 hours, and remained hidden.

General Francis Marion. Revolutionary War hero. Known as Swamp Fox, because he could navigate the swamps better than anyone. Led British Colonel Banastre Tarleton on a wild goose chase through a swamp for over 7 hours, and remained hidden.

Continental soldier. Source website claims that of a 3rd NY Regiment. This is most likely faulty. The book "UNIFORMS FROM 1775 - 1783" (Smith & Kiley) lists 3rd NY Regiment 1776: Gray coat, red facings, grey lining, gray breeches, black equipment, tricorne with black tape. 3rd NY after 1778: Blue or brown coats, faced green.

Continental soldier. Source website claims that of a 3rd NY Regiment. This is most likely faulty. The book "UNIFORMS FROM 1775 - 1783" (Smith & Kiley) lists 3rd NY Regiment 1776: Gray coat, red facings, grey lining, gray breeches, black equipment, tricorne with black tape. 3rd NY after 1778: Blue or brown coats, faced green.

Richard Montgomery (1738-1775) was an Irish-born soldier who first served in the British army. He later became a Major General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. General Montgomery led an invasion into Canada and won victories in St. John and Montreal. Unable to convince British General Carleton to surrender at Quebec, he issued the order to attack and he was killed in the ensuing battle. With his death, the attack fell apart and the invasion of Canada failed.

Richard Montgomery (1738-1775) was an Irish-born soldier who first served in the British army. He later became a Major General in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. General Montgomery led an invasion into Canada and won victories in St. John and Montreal. Unable to convince British General Carleton to surrender at Quebec, he issued the order to attack and he was killed in the ensuing battle. With his death, the attack fell apart and the invasion of Canada failed.

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