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At Under the Crown, historical interpreters took visitors back to June 1780, when Lt. Col. Thomas Brown was recruiting citizens for the King's Rangers and the loyal Augusta militia.

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Riley Prez, 7, jumps into a creek while at the Under The Crown event, which concluded Sunday at Living History Park in North Augusta.   Michael Holahan/Staff
Michael Holahan/Staff
Riley Prez, 7, jumps into a creek while at the Under The Crown event, which concluded Sunday at Living History Park in North Augusta.
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butler123 06/07/10 - 10:33 am
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Hope she didn't get sick.

Hope she didn't get sick.

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