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Indian King Tavern, Haddonfield, New Jersey


Sidewalk troops Spinner
Colonial Era pageants are held in Haddonfield in the warmer months of the year and the many authentically garbed soldiers gathering in front of the Indian King (above, left) often create the illusion of a time warp. Artisans, such as this spinner (above, right), are also on hand to demonstrate home crafts of the 1770s.

Fife and drums Redcoats
Musicians were a integral part of the armies of both the Crown and the Colonists and their British- and Irish-based songs are recreated by local fife and drum bands (above, left). Meanwhile, British redcoats (above, right) once again occupy the Indian King as they did for a period during the Revolutionary War.

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