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Provincial soldiers at Fort Dobbs

At Fort Dobbs in Statesville, North Carolina, French and Indian War re-enactors illustrate how provincial soldiers drilled to prepare for battle. Eight soldiers march in a line, carrying muskets upright. A drummer marches behind them, providing the cadence for the drill.

Nine reenactor soldiers in a formation. They are wearing apparel of the colonial military, with tricorn hats and buttoned coats. It is sunny.
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Jack, Emily. Provincial soldiers at Fort Dobbs. October 27, 2007. Photograph. Flickr

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