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Battle of Sacramento, Kentucky
A open fire pit at an infantry campsite.
A different view if an artillery camp in Gettysburg.  Simplicity and authentic, right down to their eating and drinking utensils.
Homefries over an open fire at an Infantry camp,  Gettysburg reenactment-2013
A large weaving loom in the summer kitchen...
Entering the battlefield...
This 12-lb smoothbore Napoleon cannon was by far the most common cannon used during the Civil War.  It could fire a 12.3 pound shell an average of 1,619 yards (0.9 miles)...
Slocum's Battery - I believe this to be a shot of the position of Slocum's Battery.  According to my brochure, this Confederate battery fired some 562 rounds the morning of the 20th in an attempt to cut off the withdrawing Federals...
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Sitting Room - This room just inside the entryway on the ground floor is where Lincoln and Mary entertained their guests.  The children were expressly forbidden to enter this room.
The Living Area -  Ground floor
Battle of Sacramento, Kentucky

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Photo by: Tony Austin (rainfeather) · See photo in original gallery.

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