La Compagnie de Langis

We are a New England-based living history group portraying French Canadian milice (militia) and their Native allies as well as French Canadian and Native women during the French and Indian War (1754-1763). We strive to be as historically correct as we reasonably can, and we are always trying to improve. We enjoy talking with and educating the public about history as we continue to gather new skills and discover more about our time period. On the battlefield, we tend to move quickly and fire in pairs. In camp, we demonstrate the way our unit would be while on campaign, and so our set-up is only what we could have carried on our backs. Our goals are to safely and accurately represent the past while interacting with the public, learning from each other, and having fun.


If you want to learn more, we invite you to click on the ‘About Us’ and/or ‘Unit History’ tabs on the left.  If you might be interested in joining, please visit our ‘Join Us’ page. Our ‘Schedule of Events’ on the right shows our upcoming events, and the ‘Gallery’ has photos from reenactments we’ve attended in the past. You can also find us on Facebook.

Vive le roi!

2019 Schedule of Events: 

July 4-7, 2019

Old Fort Niagara, Youngstown, NY

July 26-28, 2019

Fort Ann, NY

August 9-11, 2019 

Crown Point, NY

September 13-15, 2019

Fort William Henry, Lake George, NY

Contact Information:

Unit Commander:
Aaron Marquis

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