Burt Alvord (1867-after 1910), or Albert Alvord, was a lawman and later outlaw of the Old West. He began working as a deputy under Cochise County Sheriff John Slaughter in 1886, but he turned to train robbery about the beginning of the 20th century and escaped to Central America, where he was last seen about 1910. …Burt Alvord (b. 1866–D. After 1910)»»
Burt Alvord (b. 1866–D. After 1910)
Battle of Bushy Run Reenactment
Located about 25 miles east of Pittsburg, PA, the Battle of Bushy Run Reenactment is usually held on the first weekend of August at the Bushy Run Battlefield in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. It commemorates a battle during the French and Indian war more than 250 years ago. …Battle of Bushy Run Reenactment»»
Fort Ligonier Days Festival in Pennsylvania
The history of Fort Ligonier in Pennsylvania began in September 1758 and was concluded in March 1766, embracing the period of the French and Indian War and Pontiac’s War. Today, the story of this time period is told through the remarkable Fort Ligonier museum exhibits and a fully reconstructed and restored fortification. A battle reenactment is held during the Fort Ligonier Days festival the second weekend in October. …Fort Ligonier Days Festival in Pennsylvania»»
Reinactment of the ambush of Hanna’s Town, PA
History buffs can join about 50 re-enactors the 4th weekend in June, as log cabins and taverns come alive on the Pennsylvania frontier in the waning days of the American Revolution. …Reinactment of the ambush of Hanna’s Town, PA»»
Fort McDowell (Arizona)
Created to protect the area from the fierce Apache who roamed the Salt and Gila River Valleys, Fort McDowell was built to be one of the most solid posts in the territory.
It was established by the California Volunteers on the west bank of the Verde River in September, 1865. Situated in the midst of Indian country and surrounded by mountains, the area around this isolated location still contained several often used travel routes. …Fort McDowell (Arizona)»»
Fort Lowell (Arizona)
Fort Lowell (1862-1891) was a part of the system of forts guarding southern Arizona during the years of Apache hostilities. This one served more as a supply depot and administrative center than as a combat base.
It occupied two sites; the first of which was little more than a tent city, established in May 1862 just east of Tucson by California Volunteers who had captured the town from the Confederates. …Fort Lowell (Arizona)»»