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Posted February 25, 2012 09:42 pm - Updated February 27, 2012 09:07 am
Emily Rose Bennett
Families come out for Battle of Aiken re-enactment
Men dressed as Confederate infantry soldiers march across the battlefield to meet Union soldiers during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Jordan Richin, 9, of Greenville, S.C., covers his ears as Confederate cannons are fired.
Sara Connelly (from left), of York, S.C.; Glenna Hubble, of York, S.C.; Kim Poovey, of Beaufort, S.C.; and Darryl Poovey of Beaufort, S.C., gather for a walk before the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Men dressed as Confederate soldiers relax around a fire at their campsite after the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Amanda Foster (left), of Tampa, Fla., and Cassandra Hill, of Statesville, N.C., take video of Confederate soldiers during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Dressed as a Confederate infantryman, Brett Covell, of Clarksville, Tenn., makes his way to meet with his company before the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Men and women dressed as Union cavalry soldiers wait to meet with Confederate soldiers during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Men dressed as Confederate soldiers are surrounded by cannon and gun smoke during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment .
Men dressed as Confederate soldiers march to prepare for battle at the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Re-enactor Ken Creswell, of Knoxville, Tenn., speaks with children in the crowd before the Battle of Aiken re-enactment begins.
Men dressed as Confederate soldiers help a wounded soldier during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Men dressed as Confederate cavalrymen ride back from meeting with Union soldiers during the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
Stephanie Walczak, 12, doodles while sitting at camp before the Battle of Aiken re-enactment.
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