• STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif.- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central California March 19-21. With the historic buildings the park staff maintains - including the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi River, built during the Civil War in 1863; and the ruins of a grist mill and power house dating from the same period - the park is an ideal place to stage a reenactment, ACWA treasurer Bob Preston said. ACWA has hosted reenactments at Stanislaus since 1994.

    Corps park a historic setting for historical reenactment

    STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif.- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central...

  • STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central California March 19-21. With the historic buildings the park staff maintains - including the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi River, built during the Civil War in 1863; and the ruins of a grist mill and power house dating from the same period - the park is an ideal place to stage a reenactment, ACWA treasurer Bob Preston said. ACWA has hosted reenactments at Stanislaus since 1994.

    Corps park a historic setting for historical reenactment

    STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central...

  • STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central California March 19-21. With the historic buildings the park staff maintains - including the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi River, built during the Civil War in 1863; and the ruins of a grist mill and power house dating from the same period - the park is an ideal place to stage a reenactment, ACWA treasurer Bob Preston said. ACWA has hosted reenactments at Stanislaus since 1994.

    Corps park a historic setting for historical reenactment

    STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central...

  • STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central California March 19-21. With the historic buildings the park staff maintains - including the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi River, built during the Civil War in 1863; and the ruins of a grist mill and power house dating from the same period - the park is an ideal place to stage a reenactment, ACWA treasurer Bob Preston said. ACWA has hosted reenactments at Stanislaus since 1994.

    Corps park a historic setting for historical reenactment

    STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central...

  • STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central California March 19-21. With the historic buildings the park staff maintains - including the longest covered bridge west of the Mississippi River, built during the Civil War in 1863; and the ruins of a grist mill and power house dating from the same period - the park is an ideal place to stage a reenactment, ACWA treasurer Bob Preston said. ACWA has hosted reenactments at Stanislaus since 1994.

    Corps park a historic setting for historical reenactment

    STANISLAUS RIVER PARKS, Calif. - The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Sacramento District\'s Stanislaus River Parks was the setting for three days of Civil War reenactment festivities hosted by the American Civil War Association of Northern and Central...

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