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Native Americans and the American Revolution 

When: Sat., March 30, 1 & 3 p.m. 2013
Phone: 912-884-5999
Email: fortmorris@coastalnow.net
Price: $3 - $4.50
gastateparks.org/FortMorris
Historian Jim Sawgrass, of the Muskogee Creek Indian Tribe, gives two presentations on Native American life, their tools, their weapons and their role in the American Revolution. Fort Morris State Historic Site 2559 Fort Morris Road Midway, Ga. 31320 Located 7 miles east of I-95, exit #76. Follow the brown Liberty Trail signs. Admission $3 - $4.50. The war-cry rang out as the British guns of General Augustine Prevost opened up on Fort Morris, January 9, 1779. On the next day, the fort was surrendered. The Native American was very much a part of our War for Independence, often fighting with the British. Sawgrass has enthralled groups of all ages across the southeast for over 25 years with his knowledge and skills of Native American life.

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