Upper Canada Woodland Allies Historical Reenactors
The Upper Canada Woodland Allies are a reenactment group dedicated to telling the story of Indigenous Peoples’ involvement in the colonial period; particularly the War of 1812 and the Revolutionary War of the US. We do this by re-creating encampments, practicing and demonstrating the crafts & life skills according to the age group present, relating the oral history of the Mohawk Nation and others as related to these eras and, participating in films related to these eras also. Our group has about 30 members and is comprised of both indigenous peoples and non-natives spread out over the United States and Canada, mostly Ontario and Ohio. The Upper Canada Woodland Allies regularly participate in historic battle reenactments both in Canada and the United States.
When: Saturday & Sunday, Ongoing
Location: Outdoor Village
Facilitator: Upper Canada Woodland Allies Historical Re-enactors