Living History Volunteer
Living History Volunteers assist park staff in recreating military encampments during the period of the Creek Indian War, 1813-1814. Volunteers perform military drill dressed in period clothing (furnished by the park), and develop third person demonstrations for the time period including firing of flintlock muskets and smooth bore cannon. Call the park at 256-234-7111 for more information.
Benefits to Volunteers
Did You Know?
A flintlock smoothbore musket had a maximum effective range of one hundred yards. A soldier was trained to fire a smoothbore musket once every twenty seconds. More...