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The Battle of Wagon Hill
Photos by Ralph Morang
Durham, NH, June 17, 2001

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Bunker Hill It was history in the re-making as 200 New England militiamen brought the Battle of Bunker Hill to Seacoast, NH. The idea was not far fetched. The Wagon Hill area of Durham has a river terrain similar to the original battle site in Charleston, MA.  And though few historians know, New Hampshire sent more men to the famous 1775 battle than all other states combined. That's just one of NH's contributions to the American Revolution.
 
Carefully planned by the 1st Newmarket Colonial Militia, the battle demonstrations drew throngs of onlookers. We asked veteran photographer (and sometime re-enactor) Rakph Morang to capture his impressions of the battle on film. Ralph was on hand in the bitter cold last year when the Newmarket Militia raided Fort William and Mary. That companion photo gallery, and others by the New Castle artust are pernanent features on SeacoastNH.com.   For information on Mr. Morang's extensive stock photo library visit New England Photography . -- JDR.
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All images courtesy Ralph Morang . All rights reserved.
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