The Weapons of Fallen Timbers
The history changing battle of Fallen Timbers was fought in a fog of black powder smoke and the sound of steel on steel as bayonet and sword met tomahawk and knife. On Sunday September 23, 2018 the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission and Wayne’s 1st Sub Legion of the United States will host a special program where the weapons carried by the Native Americans defending their homes and the soldiers of Wayne’s Legion will be displayed. Come out to the the Visitors Center at 4949 Jerome Road Maumee and see first hand the grim technology of war on the frontier. Historical re-enactors will also be staging musket drills and black powder demonstration at regular times. Program time 1 – 4 p.m. Free, no reservations needed.
Twilight on the Battlefield
Be our guest for an exclusive guided tour and enjoy sunset on the site of one of the most important battles in American History. A skilled and knowledgable historical interpreter in period dress will lead the tour, talk about the battle and answer questions. Hear the story of Fallen Timbers as you’ve never heard it before. On September 26, 2018 at 7 p.m., meet behind the Visitors Center -weather permitting- 4949 Jerome Road. $20 per person. Presented by the Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission. The number of people we can accommodate is limited so we do request you contact Julia Wiley ay firstname.lastname@example.org or 419 249-7900 and make reservations. Comfortable shoes and bug spray are recommended. May not be suitable for young children.
Fallen Timbers Battlefield Preservation Commission Annual Meeting
St. Lukes Auditorium 5901 Monclova Road, Maumee OH 43537
October 9, 2018 at 6:30
free to members
Tickets, $10 in advance $15 at the door
*CONTACT FOR RESERVATION – Julia Wiley email@example.com /419 249-7900
Guest Speaker Daryl Baldwin
Daryl Baldwin is a citizen of the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma, and grew up in the Anthony Wayne/Maumee area. He is currently the Director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University, Oxford, OH. Daryl’s forefathers were active in the affairs of the Miami Nation dating back to the 18th century, and he honors this legacy by developing cultural and language-based programs for the tribal community. His work was recognized in 2016 with a MacArthur Award for language and cultural revitalization. Daryl is well-known for his re-awakening of the Myaamia language.
An Evening With Douglas Brinkley
CNN Presidential Historian, Author, National Commentator
Professor of History at Rice University
and Fellow at the James Baker III Institute of Public Policy
Thursday, April 25, 2019
To Benefit the Fallen Timbers Interpretive Center
Details to Follow – Save the Date