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Muster at Mabee Farm to bring War of 1812 atmosphere

Members of Kellogg’s Company, from left, Josh Diehl, Ron Tolke and Bob Metzger, were part of a War of 1812 re-enactment earlier this month in Plattsburgh.
Members of Kellogg’s Company, from left, Josh Diehl, Ron Tolke and Bob Metzger, were part of a War of 1812 re-enactment earlier this month in Plattsburgh.
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In U.S. military history, places such as Sackett’s Harbor and Plattsburgh don’t carry the same weight as Gettysburg and Antietam, or Yorktown and Saratoga. Still, American men died there, and today’s re-enactors making up Captain Giles Kellogg’s Company of Artillery are remembering to honor their commitment and patriotism. This weekend at the Mabee Farm in Rotterdam Junction, a War of 1812 Muster will be held to help commemorate the effort of Kellogg’s Company and other ...


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