• WordNet 3.6
    • n reenactor a person who enacts a role in an event that occurred earlier
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"Black soldiers are the most often photographed reenactors , because we are so unusual" to many people, George says.
In addition to reenactors outside, the event included an indoor display of static nativity decorations.
Lexey Swall/Staff Reenactor Matthew Brabyn portrays a regimental surgeon major in the 47th New York volunteer infantry during a reenactment of The Raid on Gopher Ridge.
He says he wants to bring in an Indian village complete with teepees, civil war reenactors, and other historical attractions .
Lewis & Clark Reenactors Return.
Mark Rehagen, as Abraham Lincoln, is a Jefferson City resident who met with Civil War reenactors aboard engine No 844 Tuesday afternoon in Jefferson City.
Lewis & Clark Reenactors Return.
Civil War Reenactors " Raid " Nelsonvile.
Over 500 reenactors came to Wickham Park in Manchester for the Battle of Antietam, a weekendlong event sponsored by Central Connecticut State University, and Travelers.
With more than 150 reenactors representing several branches of Allied and Axis military.
Reenactors of Hernando DeSoto's historic landing on "La Florida" at the DeSoto National Monument.
Reenactors portraying British soldiers advance through the woods at Beekmantown.
Confederate reenactors march past the crowd after last year's reenactment .
The event will include two battles, 10 am & 2 pm, and Civil War reenactors will give short demonstrations to visitors along with historic displays.
One of the largest Civil War reenactments in Arkansas takes place every other year the first Saturday in November at Historic Washington State Park near Hope with more than 200 reenactors usually participating.