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The North West 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.
We are a non-profit educational organization that studies and recreates the culture, lifestyle, and arts of the time of the American Revolution, 1775-1783. We strive to duplicate the uniforms, weapons, battlefield tactics, and camp life of the era as accurately as possible.
This past season had so many positives: impressive colors ceremonies at Vincennes, all the cooking and learning around the camp kitchen in Kenosha, the crowds gathered to see fife and drum as well as children’s battles at Cantigny, the fun activities that took place at Dollinger Farm not to mention the mounted horseback presentations, and the huge battlefield for demonstrations at Fort Meigs, lining the boat ramp for the Voyagers’ return at The Feast. These are just a few of many innovative and educational highlights of the year. Great work Alliance members! We look forward to what the next event season brings! ... See MoreSee Less
NWTA/2nd Virginia member James Turk went above and beyond at the 2018 Feast of the Hunters Moon. James spend much of Saturday evening and all day on Sunday using his personal Jeep to pull out vehicles that were stuck in the muddy parking lot, and did not ask for any compensation for his efforts. Among the vehicles that James towed out was a West Lafayette based tow truck and the minivan it was towing when it got stuck. HUZZAH James & Thank You for helping out so many people. ... See MoreSee Less
Almost hit my son, me and another friend running full speed across the field.
Dennis Wrightsman, Danial Kantz
I watched many egos crushed by that Jeep. Great job!
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This. thank you so much kind words, The NWTA participants I have met have been extremely family-like towards me since I have been attending events. It was an honor to help, and a hell of a lot of fun. I’ve only had that Jeep for a few months, and until then, I hadn’t really got to see what it would do. Hopefully next year is a little drier.