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Fort Meigs celebrates Bicentennial

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Spectators creep closer to cannon fire during half an hour of fire.

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Ian Crisenbery, 8, left, turned out with dozens of other spectators to watch the half an hour of cannon fire.

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A smoke ring billows up from bank of the Maumee River during half an hour of an exchange of cannon fire.

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Perrysburg resident John McCarthy, center, talks with his granddaughter Delaney McCarthy, 6, right, as the pair wait for a volley of fire during the half an hour of cannon fire.

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Brothers Kadin, 10, left, and Kasin Schultz, 7, both of Springfield, center, play with Grey William Welsh, 9, of Greene County, right, during half an hour of cannon fire.

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Spectators line up to watch an exchange of half an hour of cannon fire.

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A cannon fires during half an hour of exchange Friday, May 3, 2013 between Fort Meigs in Perrysburg and other re-enactors on the opposite bank of the Maumee River.

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