The following items are all somehow related to the 2nd Albany County Militia, Schuyler's Company, or our group under some other guise. Credits are listed individually.
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These pictures were taken with my camera.
|Me stepping the mast in the bateau||Rowing||Rowers and myself at the helm of the bateau||Harvey, Borst, Louise (starboard), and another woman row||Louise rowing|
The following pictures were taken by and are copyright 2004 by Mike Joyce. He was kind enough to give me permission to post them here. He has a CD with high-resolution versions of these pictures available at a small fee.
|Shari and a small child||Savages cannon crew||The Second Albany awaiting movement. Liberty flag and Dave Morgan in the foreground||Under the fly. Harvey's mother, Billy, Sona, and others||Savages firing during the tactical|
|Savages reloading||The Second Albany in line||The Second Albany in line||Woman beneath a tree and few people along the fence||The bateau under oars|
|Me sounding the horn||Shari and Steve sihlouetted against the river||The bateau under oars|
These pictures were by John Osinski.
|The bateau with a full crew||Rowing away from shore||Lunchtime at the Farmers Museum|
These pictures were by Dean Barnes or with his camera.
|Rum call||Lock E-8 closing behind us||Gene in Lock E-8||Harvey in Lock E-8 on the way down||Myself at the steering oar in Gateway Park, Dave Hopkins and Gene on the dock|
|Reembarking||Reembarking||Jen idling||The crew, from aft to fore, Dean, Gene, Harvey and Dave Hopkins, and Jen||The view of the boat from before the mast|
|The view of the boat from before the mast||Rest break||At Come to Oars||Under oars||The view of the boat from before the mast|
|Dean idling asleep||Harvey seen from below the sail||Approaching Lock E-8 on the return||In the lock, seen over the stempost||The lock doors closing behind us|
|In the lock||In the lock||Getting ready to sail out of the lock, seen over the stempost||Dean gets tucked in when we lower sail||Mooring the boat at the end of the day|