Soldiers Honored Through Civil War Reenactment

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Updated: 5/20/2012 12:13 am
History came to life today at the Civil War Fort at Boonesboro. The reactivated 12th Regiment United States Colored Heavy Artillery did reenactments and demonstrations at the fort. Interpreters said it was a way to honor and thank those that have fought for our freedoms. The original 12th Regiment was formed at Camp Nelson in July of 1864.
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