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Tamia Land, Northwood, adds hot water to paraffin and beeswax while teaching children how to make candles.

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Paraffin and beeswax candles dry.

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Tents are set up for the Life in Early Ohio program at Fort Meigs in Perrysburg, Saturday, August 24, 2013.

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Aaron Gelb, Perrysburg, left, and A.J. Parks, Genoa, fire their flintlock muskets.

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Aaron Gelb, Perrysburg, left, and A.J. Parks, Genoa, load their flintlock muskets before firing them.

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Dan Woodward, Toledo, demonstrates a flintlock musket.

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Bob Rosiak, 12, Oak Harbor, runs past the monument as he plays a game of war with other children.

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Sophia Maine, 9, Toledo, dips a wick into a mixture of paraffin and bees wax while making a candle.

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Aaron Gelb, Perrysburg, left, and A.J. Parks, Genoa, fire their flintlock muskets.

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