The Fourth Sub-Legion of the United States, also called Wayne’s Legion, is a non-profit group dedicated to recreating life in the United States Army from 1792-1796. Based at Woodville Plantation, the 1774 home of Colonel Presley Neville and a Whiskey Rebellion site, the soldiers of the Fourth Sub-Legion are active in portraying late 18th century military camp life in an accurate manner.
Available to give living history demonstrations at fundraisers, banquets, programs, festivals, encampments, corporate and other special events; the soldiers of the Fourth Sub-Legion bring late 18th century military authenticity and realism to any occasion. The soldiers are well-versed in presenting to schools, civic groups, organizations and communities.
Demonstrations can range from a single person to a full encampment with tents. Up to 12 individuals are available to portray soldiers, musicians, officers, scouts and camp followers. Historically accurate presentations include musket firing with blank ammunition, military drills and marching, camp cooking and military drum and fife music. In keeping with authenticity, the Fourth Sub-Legion’s clothing and accoutrements have been painstakingly researched from achieves and personal letters of governmental leaders from the time period.
Designed to make the audience experience late 18th century military camp life first-hand, demonstrations can be tailored for any age group or event. Events can take place offsite or at Woodville Plantation. Woodville is conveniently located in Collier Township, near the I-79 Kirwan Heights Exit, just 15 minutes from downtown Pittsburgh, PA,
To get more information about booking Wayne’s Fourth Sub-Legion at your next event, please contact:
Fourth Sub-Legion of the United States
c/o Woodville Plantation
1375 Washington Pike
Bridgeville, Pa. 15017
Rates are $50 per Soldier per Day (minimum of $100) within 150 miles of