The Northwest Territory Alliance (NWTA) is an American Revolutionary War reenactment organization located in the Midwestern United States. We have over five hundred members from states as far west as Iowa, east to Ohio, north to the Canadian border and south to Tennessee.
Blue Ridge Rifles, Inc.,is an NMLRA charter club, founded in 1976. We are located on 22 acres of the Blue Mountains, approximately one mile from the Appalachian trail just off Rt. 183 in Summit Station, PA. We are a strictly muzzle loading club. We, the members and officers of Blue Ridge Rifles, Inc., are dedicated to the preservation and advancement of the lifestyle, ideals, patriotism, and freedoms of the early American pioneer of the period 1750 to 1850, and as citizens of the United States to protect and defend the rights granted us by the constitution.
The New Plimmoth Gard is a group of historical reenactors portraying the militia of Plymouth Colony circa 1640. Our aim is to promote knowledge and understanding of early colonial society, and the importance of military preparedness to this culture. We do this through historically accurate demonstrations of military practices using the weapons, armor and clothing of the period. We are a new group formed in early 2012. We are looking to expand our membership. Interested adults are welcome. We meet in Plymouth, Massachusetts. We are looking forward to the 400th anniversary of the founding of America's Home Town. Also we do have female members who portray men. Since we are a new group we are not fixated on living as they did in the 1620's. We do have a standard for clothing in that it must be a wool, linen, or similar period fabrics. We use pikes as an entry level weapon while the new comer assembles their kit. You can elect to be a musketeer, a matchlock, doglock or snaphance are acceptable.
The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a private non-profit museum owned by the Danvers Alarm List Coy. The Rebecca Nurse Homestead sits on 25+ acres of an original 300 acres occupied by Rebecca Nurse and her family from 1678-1798. The property holds the traditional Salt-box home lived in by the Nurse Family. This is the only home of a person executed during the trials open to the public.
Another unique feature is a reproduction of the 1672 Salem Village Meeting House where many of the early hearings surrounding the Salem Witchcraft Hysteria took place.