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Civil War Reenactment - Living History

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Name: Civil War Reenactment - Living History
Date: May 19, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM PDT
Event Description:
A full Civil War reenactment at The House On Metolius Meadow. The reenactment and living history camps include over 200 Civil War reenactors presenting living conditions and circumstances of 1863, as well as battle reenactments. This is the fifth Civil War living history event held at the site. The House On Metolius, near camp Sherman, Oregon is a secluded mountain meadow with the Wild and Scenic Metolius River running through the private property. The Northwest Civil War Council (https://www.nwcwc.net) is a non-profit, living history organization dedicated to educating the public and members about the American Civil War. Through educational drama at reenactments, participants discover and learn about history and the people who lived in the 1860’s.
Location:
The House On Metolius (http://www.metolius.com) is off Oregon Highway 126 / US-20, two miles north of Camp Sherman, off road 1420.
Date/Time Information:
Saturday, May 19, 9am - 5pm. Sunday May, 20, 9am to 4pm, 2018
Contact Information:
David Banks
Fees/Admission:
General admission, $8.00. Seniors and students, $5.00. Children under six, free. Parking, $5 per vehicle to help the Boy Scouts.
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