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WW1 Centennial Sep 15
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There But Not There Sep 17
Another day out in New York for our Tommy! Looks like was a great success!
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Geoffrey Bowman Sep 17
10,000! Amazing! Thank you, for the incredible amount of hard work you put in to make this event the huge success it is. We already can't wait for 2019!
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drlibbyhistory Sep 15
The weather is perfect for a visit to historic Governors Island today and all day tomorrow. Enjoy the bright sunshine and public history programs on . Enjoy &
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Geoffrey Bowman 16 Sep 17
They fired up the 1917 Renault!
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drlibbyhistory Sep 13
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wwi100nyc Sep 14
Thank you . -“we get the job done!” as says. Come join us this weekend for . History outside the ivory tower = History for everyone.
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Ebony Doughboys Sep 17
was outstanding on . Well done Kevin Fitzpatrick.
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick 17 Sep 17
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drlibbyhistory 18 Sep 17
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Alice Kelly Sep 15
Wish I could go to on this weekend - and I went to the first one in 2016 and had a great time! Good luck and (and I love the poster!)
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Joe Bello 🎄 15 Sep 17
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick 19 Sep 17
Super blog post by Theda Bara living historian. And FUN
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Geoffrey Bowman Sep 16
Replying to @GMBowman04
Big crowds for . Rangers told us 5,000 came through the park on Saturday. Lots of levels of knowledge about and no one was afraid to ask questions. Great fun and honored to help
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Hope C. Tarr Sep 17
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Hope C. Tarr Sep 17
for - one of the many cool artifacts on display this weekend at
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Kevin C. Fitzpatrick Sep 20
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drlibbyhistory 18 Sep 17
General Pershing himself could not have organized better . Thanks
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Joyce Russell 7 Sep 17
RT k72ndst: 10 days until GovIslandNPS GovIslandNPS See a tank + 65 reenactors ww1nyc…
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