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Updated: October 21, 2018 @ 11:10 pm
Re-enactors outfitted as soldiers in the British military from the mid-1700s march to a demonstration of musketry firing.
Bess Milne tosses a ring with two sticks to Taylor Green, both 13 years old, during a "Game of Graces."
Ashley Chapman, outfitted as soldier in the British military from the mid-1700s, mixes his duties as a re-enactor and as the park's manager.
The re-enactors' campsite.
Local spectators Justin Davis (from left), Zach Denton, Jordan Davis and Zach Gaetano, all 15 years old, wait with re-enactor John Couch from Nashville, Tenn., for the next musketry firing.
Matt Vincett of Charleston was outfitted as a soldier in the Charles Town artillery.
Terry Wyman from Charleston is dressed as a lady from the mid-1700s.
Nursing a clay pipe and reed stem, Philip Adair from near Greenville is dressed as a country militiaman from the mid-1700's through the Revolutionary War.
Tennessean Houston Hamilton, was dressed as a drummer in the British military from the mid-1700s.
John Couch from Nashville, Tenn., gave blacksmithing demonstrations.
Camp follower Tammi Bieniek from Sweetwater, Tenn., roasted coffee with a hand-cranked device over an open fire.
Heidi May from Maryville, Tenn., dressed as a camp follower and helped sell the coffee roasted and brewed in the camp.
Chris Milne, a college biology professor from Greenback, Tenn., was outfitted as a South Carolina militiaman and carried an "officer's spontoon."