War of 1812
Battle of Caulk's Field Re-enactment
Saturday, August 30, 2014 - Activities Throughout Kent County
Sunday, August 31, 2014–The Re-enactment at Caulk's Field Battlefield
The Battle of Caulk’s Field took place in the night of Aug. 30 and early morning hours of Aug. 31, 1814, during the week between the burning of Washington and the attack on Fort McHenry. During that time the British navy had the task of blockading American shipping on the Chesapeake Bay, transporting Royal Marines and sailors to points of attack, and using a fleet of battle-rigged ships of the line to harass and disrupt American military, commerce and regular citizens. Read more Battle of Caulk's Field.
The Battle of Caulk’s Field Bicentennial Re-Enactment is scheduled to take place on the original battlefield site located in Kent County, Maryland. This is a 2-day event with plenty of things to do around Kent County. Besides the actual re-enactment other planned activities include: Tall Ship public sails and tours, parades, re-enactments, and dedications. Battle of Caulks' Field Schedule of Events