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2017 Schedule

This year marks the 240th anniversary of the Philadelphia Campaign.  Battle of Short Hills in Clark Township, NJ. June 24-25. Battle of Brandywine at Sandy Hollow. Birmingham Township, PA. September 16-17. Battle of Germantown. Cliveden House. October 7 Fight for the Jerseys. Washington Crossing State Park, NJ. Oct 14-15. Hope Lodge Encampment. Nov 3-4. 240th Anniversary […]

Sandy Hollow

Sandy Hollow 2014

May 17 and 18th was the Mid-Atlantic Regional event, Sandy Hollow. Everyone in the PANavy had a great time! The weather was perfect, the logistics were well done, and it was a well run tactical. The sheer number of public spectators was something I have not seen in some time. Which is what this is […]

Fort Mifflin 2013

Princeton Encampment, April 6-7, 2013

Excellent turnout for the site. 5th PA, 11th PA, Trevitt’s Marines, PSN, 3rd PA, 9th PA, Lamb’s, Proctor’s, and the 1st NJ Volunteers. Thanks to the Princeton organizers for a great time and a well run event. There will be a repeat of the event in September for anyone that missed it this time.

Fort Mifflin 2013

School of the Soldier 2013

Beautiful day at the Peter Wentz Farmstead. Hats off to the 6th PA for a good event. We will definitely be back next year. Attendees the 6th PA, the 11th PA, the 1st Delaware, Trevitt’s Marines, and of course the PSN. Drilling a la 1764, tomahawk throwing, bayonet practice and a special tour of the […]


235th Fort Mifflin

This weekend was the 235th anniversary of the Siege of Fort Mifflin. Really excellent turnout from the reenacting community. Glad to see that. The PSN brigaded with the Continental Marines as a Naval Brigade. It was really refreshing to work with another naval unit and a great change of pace to be part of the […]

Fort Mifflin 2013

Battle of Princeton: June 8-9, 2012

So why would PSN personnel be at the Battle of Princeton? Some fast facts: Marines from the galley Hancock were incorporated into the Second Battalion of the Pennsylvania Militia under Cadawalader. Approximately 60 marines from the floating batteries Arnold and Putnam were fielded under the command of Captain William Brown. Seamen familiar with the handling […]