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Locals missing at city event

August 25, 2013

Editor, OBSERVER: There was everything; perfect weather, Civil War re-enactors from around the country, including Gettysburg, battle scenes, a court martial, a real old time religious service, a tou......

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Aug-27-13 1:30 PM

joew, you should come to charleston for a visit joew. Not only revolutionary history but of course fort sumpter. Its not required though

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Aug-25-13 7:12 PM

It was a very nice event.(although the actual scenario never happened)I travel extensively to as many of the events,both of the civil war and the revolutionary as possible. Anyone who has not been to Gettysburg needs to put that on your must go to list.

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Aug-25-13 1:48 PM

They are, no doubt, praise to the entire organization. Now, here's a thought, how many people in the area are interested in a Civil War reenactment? Anyone do any sort of poll to see if there was enough interest to bother? The people I know who are into that sort of thing is a very small and special interest group. How many are around this area, I don't know. Anyway, great effort on the part of all involved. Don't be disappointed.

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Aug-25-13 10:51 AM

Too bad. ThLighthouse folks seem to be doing a great job on a meek budget.

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Aug-25-13 9:03 AM

you know if you moved the entrance of the point the event would have been a huge success, right PHil LOL

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