Fort Morris Historic Site


Saturday, November 16, 2019

"Come and Take It!" Revolutionary War Commemoration
Saturday, Nov 16, 2019 to Sunday, Nov 17, 2019 10 AM to 3 PM
Fort Morris Historic Site - Midway, GA
The event commemorates Colonel John McIntosh's defiant reply to a British demand for surrender: "Come & Take It!" Watch colonial demonstrations, musket and cannon drills, 18th century music and wreath laying ceremony by the Sons of the American Revolution. $4.50 912-884-5999.
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Saturday, January 18, 2020

British Troops at Sunbury 1779
10 AM - 4 PM from Jan 18, 2020 until Jan 20, 2020 
Fort Morris Historic Site - Midway, GA
Fort Morris, and the colonial seaport town of Sunbury, were captured by British troops under the command of Brigadier General Augustin Prevost, on January 9th, 1779. Visitors on this weekend will enjoy interacting with members of His Majesty's 7th Regiment afoot British Regulars, Tory Militia, as well as members of the British Royal Navy. $4.50 912-884-5999.
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Sunday, January 19, 2020

British Troops at Sunbury 1779
10 AM - 4 PM from Jan 19, 2020 until Jan 20, 2020 
Fort Morris Historic Site - Midway, GA
Fort Morris, and the colonial seaport town of Sunbury, were captured by British troops under the command of Brigadier General Augustin Prevost, on January 9th, 1779. Visitors on this weekend will enjoy interacting with members of His Majesty's 7th Regiment afoot British Regulars, Tory Militia, as well as members of the British Royal Navy. $4.50 912-884-5999.
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Monday, January 20, 2020

British Troops at Sunbury 1779
10 AM - 4 PM from Jan 20, 2020 
Fort Morris Historic Site - Midway, GA
Fort Morris, and the colonial seaport town of Sunbury, were captured by British troops under the command of Brigadier General Augustin Prevost, on January 9th, 1779. Visitors on this weekend will enjoy interacting with members of His Majesty's 7th Regiment afoot British Regulars, Tory Militia, as well as members of the British Royal Navy. $4.50 912-884-5999.
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