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  • Annual Civil War Revisited transforms Kearney Park into the 1860's

    The 27th edition of the Civil War re-enactment featured battles between the north and south, life as it was in the 1860s, historic figures, and song and dance.

The 27th edition of the Civil War re-enactment featured battles between the north and south, life as it was in the 1860s, historic figures, and song and dance. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee
The 27th edition of the Civil War re-enactment featured battles between the north and south, life as it was in the 1860s, historic figures, and song and dance. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee

With cannon boom and soldiers’ cry, Civil War is waged in Fresno park

October 22, 2016 4:21 PM