4th annual Revolutionary War Weekend
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Apple pie is ready for baking in the Colonial clay oven.
Baking bread in the Colonial clay oven, a NEW feature at the Van Wyck Homestead.
Betsy Ross flags adorn the grounds of the Van Wyck Homestead during RWW4.
Daniel Velardo enjoys a Colonial meal on his birthday during RWW4.
The burial ground with flags positioned on the graves of the Revolutionary War soldiers.
Cannon fire marked the beginning of ceremonies at RWW4.
Members of Garden State Black Powder and young Andy pose with the cannon.
A British spy is captured on the grounds of the historic Fishkill Supply Depot.
Jim Burr, Judy Wolf, Tracy Wolf and Jim Jr. after the colonial clay oven is dedicated.
Cast iron cookware was used to feed the volunteers at RWW4.
Colonial era food is prepared to feed the hungry troops.
Sybil Ludington talks to General Clinton before her famous 1777 ride.
Linda Russell - Historical Balladeer was a big hit at RWW4.
A spy is put on trial in a re-creatrion of Enoch Crosby's Revolutionary War adventures.
Inside the Van Wyck Homestead which served as headquarters of the Fishkill Supply Depot.
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People gather to participate in an interpretive walk to the burial ground.
Garden State Black Powder
fires a Revolutionary War cannon to close ceremonies at the 4th annual Revolutionary War Weekend
- Sunday, September 22, 2013
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