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Musket Demonstration

National Park Service at Fort Frederica National Monument program designed to highlight the history of this British fort and town. Saturday, March 22nd, at 2:00 p.m., a program entitled "The Battle of Bloody Marsh," featured a British soldier (played by John Burpee) telling the story of the battle and the effects it had upon the soldiers and Frederica. This living history program also included a musket firing demonstration. The program took place at the Battle of Bloody Marsh unit of the park located on Demere Road. There was no admission fee for this program.

Pre-demonstration rap session. See this video with transcript.

Meet the soldier.

Meet the soldier part 2.

Pre-fire orientation.

Firing the musket.

Wrap up and Q& A.

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