|Stow Historical Society presentation
|Friday April 04, 5:00 PM |
|Stow Town Hall |
|View the Calendar for more information. |
The Stow Minuteman Company was reactivated in 1965 by order of the Stow Selectmen, to "preserve and perpetuate the memory and spirit of our forebears [and] promote an active interest in Revolutionary history."
Individuals and families are invited to join. Our membership portrays the colonial civilians of 1775, mainly farmers and their families, who were in opposition to the recent acts of Parliament.
The Company attends a number of area parades, living history demonstrations, colonial fairs, and reenactments throughout the year. Locally, we give demonstrations at the Stow schools, march in the Memorial Day Parade, and perhaps the highlight of the year, we reenact the trail march from Stow to the North Bridge in Concord along nearly the same route as the Stow Minutemen of 1775.
How much do you know about the history of Stow, the Stow Minutemen, and the Revolutionary War era? Find out by downloading our 2013 Information Hunt and see how many answers you can find throughout our 2013 season.
Stow Minutemen reach Concord's North Bridge after the Trail March (2008)
(Photo provided by Garrett Conover)