Ethan Allen Homestead Enrichment Program: Green Mountain Firepower 1777 vs 1861

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Author and historian Robert Grandchamp compares the firearms used by the Green Mountain Boys of 1777 to those of the Green Mountain Boys of 1861. The talk is illustrated and showcases the Brown Bess Musket, the 1861 Springfield rifle musket, and the Burnside carbine, all firearms used by Vermont soldiers.

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