FIRST FOOT GUARDS IN THE NEWS
"Patriots' Day with the Tory Touch", Patriot Ledger, Quincy, April 13, 2007. Guardsman Graeme Marsden comments on re-enacting at the battle on Lexington Green.
"A Day for Patriots", Patriot Ledger, Quincy, April 13, 2007. Patriots Day re-enactment at the Minute Man National Historical Park with commentary by Guardsman Graeme Marsden.
"Easton man helps re-enact Revolutionary War", Easton Journal, July 8, 2010. The story of how guardsman Chuck Coan became involved in Revolutionary War re-enacting.
"The British Are Coming! The British Are Coming!", Wampatuck News, Issue 15, Spring 2010. Article about Guardsman Let Gammon's family history and his re-enacting as a British soldier.
"Different ways to make a dime: A blast from the past", Boston Globe. Guardsman Michael Szkolka's unique job as a Boston Freedom Trail tour guide portraying a British officer.
"A Wedding for the Ages", Patriot Ledger, Quincy, October 26, 2007. Guardsman and historical re-enactor Michael LePage portrays John Adams at his marriage to Abigail Smith.
"John Quincy Adams coin rolls into Quincy", Patriot Ledger, Quincy, May 16, 2008. Guardsman and historical re-enactor Michael LePage portrays John Quincy Adams for the release of the dollar coin bearing the likeness of the sixth president.
"An Evening with Dr. Joseph Warren, on the event of his Birthday, June 11, 2009". Guardsman and historical re-enactor Michael LePage portrays rebel leader Dr. Joseph Warren.