The reenactors have a long day ahead as temps topped 91 degrees.
And more tents!
The Light Dragoons.
The sutlers stores, all thirty of them had everything. Uniforms, shoes, boots, dresses, accessories and books are all available.
The kids had a great time joining up with the Continental Army.
The soldiers had a different idea of what to drink in camp.
The British Soldiers in a drill.
The fife and drum.
The Americans get ready to march off to the battle.
Washington gives a great speech to the men.
The men are ready!
Last minute adjustments.
Some of the finery available.
From behind the safety line, we watch the dragoons and infantry fire at the British and Hessian's.
More troops move into position.
A counter march.
Washington arrives on the battlefield to steady the men.
The Americans are being flanked here.
The Hessian Jaeger and British foot soldier move up to fire.
The Hessian's are flanking the American position.
The American 4th Light Dragoons have dismounted and are fighting on foot.
The British have moved up to support the Hessian position.
The British have taken the field, until Washington regroups and forces them back.