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This may be a specific critical moment in a battle or much broader as participants follow along an entire period.These activities are both educational and entertaining and have a long history themselves dating back to Roman times where staged recreations of famous battles were enacted as public spectacle in amphitheaters.

This trail was officially designated as the first National Historic Trail in 1980, recognizing the historical significance of the “Overmountain Men” exactly 200 years after their contribution to the birth of the United States.

The Overmountain Men were frontier patriots, settlers of primarily Scotch-Irish descent from eastern Tennessee and North Carolina – marching over the Appalachian Mountains to defeat the Loyalist army at the Battle of King’s Mountain, South Carolina.

Here is a list of just some of the positive things that come with WWII reenacting.1. Going to WWII reenactments, or being a part of one gives you the chance to see what it was like in 1939 through mid-1940s. Going to different events and doing different impressions help you meet new people.

Being a reenactor, you get to bring the past history of World War II to life. From experience, all the people in reenacting are absolutely awesome. Eventually, you will have more reenactor friends on Facebook than other friends!

Turn left onto Ponce De Leon Blvd and you will travel approximately one mile to the entrance to De Leon Springs State Park. Reenactors write Guy Bachmann at [email protected] call (561)736-7435 to be considered among the persons that will be invited to reenact. The Battle of Okeechobee took place on 25 December 1837. Billie Swamp Safari in the Big Cypress Seminole Reservation, on Hwy 833 near Clewiston, FL.

This location also offers a Battlefield Tour at AM on the 3rd Saturday of each month. The reenactment takes place on a 55 acre parcel of the original 640-acre battlefield site, most of which is in private ownership. Turn west at the Museum, then after a couple miles turn right/north at the cell phone tower, towards the Swamp Safari.

During the 1840s, tensions between the settlers and Seminole Indians prompted authorities to establish a trading post in Floridas interior, away from settlements. The fort is across US-301 from Hillsborough River State Park, located 9 miles north of Tampa and 6 miles south of Zephyrhills on US Highway 301. Exit #279 east to Hwy 301, travel South for 6 miles, and the fort will be on your left-hand side.

From I-75, exit at SR-44 near Wildwood, take SR-44 West, once in Inverness, get into the left lane, turn left/South on US-41, get into the left lane, turn left at Eden Drive, then right/south at the stop sign, this puts you on Old Floral City Road, the park will be on your right less-than a mile up the road. Driving Directions: (78 miles SW of Orlando) Take U. 17 to Bowling Green and follow the signs at Main Street east to Lake Branch Road and the park. The best known person from Alligator Village was Alligator Warrior (Hvlpvtv Tvstvnvke). Reenactors, Demonstrators, Traders and other participants can download detailed information and the registration form from the event web site. 3925 East Fort King Street, Ocala, FL 34470 Fri-Sat of the 2nd weekend in December. Fort Foster annual battle reeactment and candlelight tour.

It is a "wagon" ride back in time to the mid-1800s. Fort King annual event with a reenactment of the Dec. Plans are to have a reconstruction of the fort done by summer 2017. Primitive camping has been secured at Silver River State Park free of charge for all reenactor's.

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