THIS being a short description of the Colonial Living History Alliance, their purposes and agenda's.

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The LATEST broadsheets and leaflets from our presses which pertain, however loosely, to this publication.

Broadsheets on Page 11

NEWS and correspondance from the world at large. Generally entertaining, periodically informative and occasionally relevent though without intent.

News on Page 12

Treatice and essays on becomming a MEMBER of this august body. Also contained herin may be found a few studies of the existing members.

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Being an ASSORTMENT of articles and engravings generously contributed by various learned and respected men (including our esteemed Mr. Franklin of Philadelphia) covering a variety of topics.

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A COLLECTION of woodcuts and engravings, not done in the French manner, so as to be suitable for viewing by all members of the family.
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ADDRESSES and information for several respectable sources of information and entertainment.
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Viewing Assistance

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NOTICE has been posted by Mr. Wm. Cooper containing a List of Upcoming Events where all interested parties may come to observe the CLHA in it's natural environs.

2013 Schedule

Militia Muster-Henricus Historical Park,Chester,VA
1611-1640 time period

Fort Frederick Market Fair,Big Pool,MD
18th century

Lancaster County Longrifle Rendevouz, Holtwood,PA
18th century

375 Anniversary Event-new Sweden colony,Wilmington,DE 1637 time period

Culloden in North America,Fort Plain,NY
18th century

Fort at #4 F/I war camp,Charleston,NH
18th century

Historic Huguenot Street camp & muster,New Paltz,NY
1690 time period

Dixons Gun Makers Fair, Kempton, PA
(CLHA doing demo on 17th century arms and Armorment)
17th/18th centry

Crown Point F/I war camp, Crown Point,NY
18th century

Pemaquid Raid-pemaquid Park, New Bristol, ME
1679 time period

King Williams War-Salmon Falls, South Berwick, ME
1690 time period

Publick Days-Henricus Historic Park, Chester, VA
1611 time period

Seneca Encounter LaSalle-Ganondagan Education Center Victor, NY
17th century

Saint Mary's Muster, Saint Marys City, VA
17th century

Fall Rendevouz-Jacobsburg Boulten Historic Site
Belfast, PA
18th century

Historic Londontown Muster, Edgewater, MD
1694 time period

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Repeal that [welfare] law, and you will soon see a change in their manners. St. Monday and St. Tuesday, will soon cease to be holidays. Six days shalt thou labor, though one of the old commandments long treated as out of date, will again be looked upon as a respectable precept; industry will increase, and with it plenty among the lower people; their circumstances will mend, and more will be done for their happiness by inuring them to provide for themselves, than could be done by dividing all your estates among them. - B. Franklin
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