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1813 reenactment at Fort Meigs

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Dan Woodward, left, takes a drink from his period water flask as Aaron Gelb, right, flicks the wick to keep it lit before firing the cannon.

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(Left to right) Dan Woodward and Tamia Land prepare to fire the cannon as Aaron Gelb blows on the wick to keep it lit.

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Reenactors fire a cannon.

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Samuel Ellis, 7, covers his ears with his hands as his mother, Francine Ellis, holds him as Lydia Ellis, 9, and Joseph Ellis, 11, both cover their ears as a cannon fires.

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Martin Land sips a drink between speaking to the crowd.

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Rob Trumbull, left, plays a field drum as Betsy Bashore, right, plays the fife.

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Reenactors fire a cannon.

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Hannah Grohowski, center, marches with other reenactors.

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Penny Bowden throws a ring with two wooden stick as she plays "graces" with her two sons Jonathan, 9, and Aaron, 11.

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(Left to right) Tamia Land laughs with Eric Fletcher and Aaron Gelb.

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