Remembrance Day Parade

An annual event held in conjunction with the Gettysburg Address anniversary. A parade of Civil War living history groups begins at 1:00pm. Join us in honoring the soldiers and civilians

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Ft. Stephens

Ft. Stevens Living History Camp

Fort Stevens was part of the extensive fortifications built around Washington, D.C., during the American Civil War. This event commemorates the history of the battle fought there in 1864 and

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Fairfax County 275th Anniversary

Join the Fairfax County history community as the county celebrates it’s 275th Anniversary on the grounds adjacent to the historic courthouse in Fairfax. The day’s events which are free and

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Ft. Ward

Ft. Ward Living History Camp

Reenactors from the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Co. B., and the 23rd U.S.C.T. will stage a military encampment that portrays the history, training and soldier life of African American units

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Ft. Pocahontas

Ft. Pocahontas

This forgotten Union earthwork comes to life as Veteran Civil War reenactors describe the life of the soldier, the art of field fortification and Fitzhugh Lee’s cavalry attack. Defended by

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Fairfax Civil War Days

Fairfax Civil War Day

Hayrides, House Tours, Cannon Firing, Camps, Cricket Games & Living History Presenters and Displays. Meet Lee, Mosby, Clara Barton & Others. $5 for ages 12 and older; $3 3-12; free

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Ft. Pillow Marker Ceremony

Located on the western edge of Tennessee, approximately 40 miles north of Memphis, Fort Pillow State Historic Park is rich in historic and archaeological significance. Steep bluffs overlooking the Mississippi

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