Kitty Wilson-Evans talks Tuesday about slave life at Historic Brattonsville. Teachers from around the country were onhand at Brattonsville on Tuesday, and more will come next week, to learn more about the American Revolution.

Chuck Le Count, curator at Historic Brattonsville, shows how Revolutionary War soldiers placed certain twigs in their hats to identify soldiers in their units on the battlefield. Jon Failor, left, talks to visitors.
Kitty Wilson-Evans talks Tuesday about slave life at Historic Brattonsville. Teachers from around the country were onhand at Brattonsville on Tuesday, and more will come next week, to learn more about the American Revolution. Chuck Le Count, curator at Historic Brattonsville, shows how Revolutionary War soldiers placed certain twigs in their hats to identify soldiers in their units on the battlefield. Jon Failor, left, talks to visitors.
Kitty Wilson-Evans talks Tuesday about slave life at Historic Brattonsville. Teachers from around the country were onhand at Brattonsville on Tuesday, and more will come next week, to learn more about the American Revolution. Chuck Le Count, curator at Historic Brattonsville, shows how Revolutionary War soldiers placed certain twigs in their hats to identify soldiers in their units on the battlefield. Jon Failor, left, talks to visitors.

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