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Published: 7/4/2013


Fourth of July at Fort Meigs celebrates history

Fourth of July event highlighted by a toast and 18-gun salute at Fort Meigs on July 4, 2013. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW

Martin Land, center, holds his sword up and gets ready to signal the cannons to fire. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Adam Sakel makes a toast.
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Michael Jefferies, left, and his grandson Gavin Maher, 5, react to the canons firing. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Michael Jefferies, left, and his grandson Gavin Maher, 5, react to the canons firing.
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Re-enactors march through the crowd. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Re-enactors march through the crowd.
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Simon Southwick takes a nap under a tree between performing sessions. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo 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. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Two female reenactors watch the festivities through the smoke of cannon fire.
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