Check out a look at some Rhode Island history here:
Admission to the encampment is free; regular admission rates will be charged for optional tours of the museum.
"Shortly after the regiment partakes of its midday meal, children in attendance will be invited to learn to march and perform drills with wooden 'muskets.' A fascinating display and discussion of the medical and surgical techniques used in the late 1700s, and an exhibit of period clothing and fashions, are also featured."
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The encampment is underwritten in part by a grant from the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Connecticut.