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Fourth of July at Fort Meigs celebrates history

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Martin Land, center, holds his sword up and gets ready to signal the cannons to fire.

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Adam Sakel makes a toast.

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Michael Jefferies, left, and his grandson Gavin Maher, 5, react to the canons firing.

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Re-enactors march through the crowd.

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Simon Southwick takes a nap under a tree between performing sessions.

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Greg Meyer and his son Jay Meyer, 9, watch re-enactors play patriotic music.

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Audrey Frazee, right, 22 months, checks-out reenactor Mike Waskul, left, while he sits in the monument and takes a brea.

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Two female reenactors watch the festivities through the smoke of cannon fire.

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