DEMONSTRATORS, BLANKET TRADERS AND EXHIBITORSThe Broom Lady
Columbia County Historical Museum
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission
Finger-weaving by Mary Randy
Stone Carvings by James Bush
Seminole Wars Foundation
MUSICIANSAll of our musicians are unpaid volunteers who are performing for the love of doing it. Many of them will have audio CD's available for purchase.
Spirit Turtle played by the drum group Thunder Turtle, the drum of the River Oak Inter-tribal Community.
Joey Hill - Flute Music
John Fields - Flute Music
TRADERSC+C Trading Post
Joey Hill Flutes
Strong Bear Trading Company
FOOD VENDORSAlice's Kitchen Menu includes: BBQ Ribs, BBQ Chicken, Smoked Turkey Legs, Smoked Mullet, Fried Chicken, Collard Greens, Macaroni and Cheese, French Fries, Lima Beans, Rice, Yams, Deserts and breakfast items include Hash browns, Eggs, Grits, Sausage, Bacon and Rolls.
Auntie's TableMenu includes: breakfast items, Fried Fish, Grits, Nettles Sausage with Onions and Peppers, Chicken Wings, Chicken Gizzards, Ham Hocks and Rice, Fries, Tater-Tots, Lima Beans, Black Eyed Peas, Water, Lemonade, Tea and Soda.
Essie Wilson's Foods Menu includes: Breakfast: Build and omlet: Cheese, Meat Lover's or Fresh Veggies, Build a breakfast bowl: sausage or bacon and grits with eggs, cheese or fresh veggies. Lunch and Dinner: Hot Dog or Hamburger with fries. Toppings include chili, sauerkraut, cole slaw, fried egg, cream cheese, jalapeņo peppers, onions, bacon. Lunch or Dinner Bowls: Rice and corn bread with choice of Louisiana Beans, Gumbo or Collard Greens. Beverages: Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Hot Tea.
Fred's Frybread Menu includes: Frybread.
Nostalgic Sodas Menu includes: a wide selection of soda flavors on tap.
CAMPSSeminole Reenactors' Camp
Soldier Reenactors' Camp
Militia Reenactors' Camp
Gamble's Light Artillery Cannon Crew
Pioneer / Settler Reenactors' Camp
Spanish Reenactors' Camp
Drum Arbor and Dance Circle
BLACK POWDER SAFETY OFFICERSRanger Steve Riker of Dudley Farm State Park, Safety Supervisor
Lori Atkins, O'Leno State Park volunteer, Safety Assistant
Steve Creamer, Safety Volunteer
Paul Rowley, Safety Volunteer
REENACTMENT OF THE BATTLE OF SAN FELASCO HAMMOCK
On the 17th of September, 1836, a cart laden with corn and attended by three white men and two black men was on the Picolata road returning to the town of Newnansville (now part of Alachua, FL). They were about a mile from the town when they were fired upon by Seminoles. The 5 men left the cart in the hands of the Seminoles and escaped to Newnansville and reported the event at Fort Gillelaud.