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Civil war days 2007

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Civil War Days is one of the major events hosted annually by the HFWC.  It is a re-enactment that we host to bring the life and times of the Civil War to life.  On most weekends, anyone can enter Fort Wayne, walk around and see all the buildings.  However, this event is held to bring the era of the Civil War to life.  Over two days, participants from across Michigan and other Great Lakes states take on the roles of Union soldiers, their Confederate counterparts and the civilians from both sides of this great conflict.  Below are some photos from the 2007 event.  We hope you’ll mark you calendar for the next Civil War Days!  Dates can be found on the events calendar of the website.

Berlucchi with Fox News
Historic Fort Wayne Coalition Chairman, Tom Berlucchi, interviewing with Jay Towers at Fox 2 News.
Photo by Matt Beaudry
Looking Through the Glass
Soldiers looking through a window in the 1848 barracks. Perhaps thinking of home.
Photo by G. Patton
Public View of the Battle
The civilian area and public viewing area for the battle.
Photo by Matt Beaudry
US Battalion
The Union Battalion marching through the fort grounds.
Photo by Matt Beaudry
US Battalion at Attention
The Union battalion at attention listening to their commanding officer.
Photo by Matt Beaudry
US Battalion Entering the Fort
The Union battalion entering the old star fort.
Photo by Matt Beaudry
CS Infantry
Confederate Infantry Firing
Photo by G. Patton
US Skirmish Line
Union Skirmish Line
Photo by G. Patton
US Dead
Union dead and wounded after the battle with cannons in the background.
Photo by G. Patton
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