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.

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Happy Father's Day!

Christopher Anstey with his Daughter, by William Hoare, circa 1775. National Portrait Gallery
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Happy Fathers Day!

Christopher Anstey with his Daughter, by William Hoare, circa 1775. National Portrait Gallery

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What a wonderful portrait of a man who obviously love his children (and a child who obviously loves her father)!

It's Flag Day in the US--please enjoy a variety of flags from the NWTA!

Pictured are a range of regimental flags--flags representing not a nation or even a state, but military regiments. These were crafted in a broad spectrum of designs and colors, some with elaborate painted figures.

Flags during the American Revolution weren't just for decoration--regimental flags were central to morale, and their bright colors provided a visual marker on smoky, confused battlefields for troops.
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Its Flag Day in the US--please enjoy a variety of flags from the NWTA!

Pictured are a range of regimental flags--flags representing not a nation or even a state, but  military regiments. These were crafted in a broad spectrum of designs and colors, some with elaborate painted figures.

Flags during the American Revolution werent just for decoration--regimental flags were central to morale, and their bright colors provided a visual marker on smoky, confused battlefields for troops.
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