Many living historians representing several nations in the conflict – including Doughboys, English, Russians, French and more.
Troop 202 and Troop 640 – selling girl scout cookies. This year is the centennial of girl scout cookie sales.
Kevin Fitzpatrick – book signing all day. Kevin has written and edited seven books with ties to New York history, including World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War
Vivian Davis -Lecture Women in the War – Bronx County Historical Society educator will talk about women’s civilian and paramilitary roles during the Great War and discuss how their contributions paved the way to their own victory at the polls and beyond.
John Van Vliet – Evolution of Chemical Warfare – Lecture with replica equipment to illustrate
Peter Tragni – Display of NY 27th Division items – A collector of over 20 years, with many unusual and rare items including a Newburgh medal.
Robert Jacobs – 1918 Dodge – one of only three remaining, weather depending, Bob will be on site with his vehicle.
Displays of original items including bicycles, uniforms, and much much more.
Address: 1010 State Route 17M, Monroe
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