Spectators watch re-enactment of only Revolutionary War battle fought solely on Vermont soil (Ticonderoga, Battle of Bennington don't count!).
"The action on the hill lasted about half an hour. After the battle, the reenactors returned to their "living history" camp, circa 1777: rows of white tents by the battlefield, where they had slept the night before. The air smelled like smoke and meat from the meals being cooked over campfires. The only modern touch was a row of port-a-potties."
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