Fletcher’s Scouting Company Presents at the Tate House Museum

15 June 2016
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When: June 18 (at 10 am) – June 19, 2016 (at 4 pm)
Where: Tate House Museum (1267 Westbrook Street in Portland, ME)

Tate-HouseFletcher’s Scouting Company is a living history reenactment group dedicated to educating the public by demonstrating and interpreting military history, equipment skills and experiences of the original English forces in what was the Province of Maine in the 18th Century. This company was commanded by Lt. Thomas Fletcher of Captain Jabez Bradbury’s Company from Thomaston during the French and Indian War years of 1755-1783. There will be equipment displays, a musket demonstration and personal stories of Fletcher’s Scouting company members.

Michael Dekker, author of French and Indian Wars in Maine, will be part of the scouting group and will be available to discuss his book and scouting during this interesting time in Maine’s history.

This event is suitable for adults and children of all ages. Admission for the event is FREE. Tate House Museum tours are available at the regular admission charges of $12 for adults, $10 for seniors. and $5.00 for children.

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