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During Living History Day, actors portrayed the capture of Colonel William Crawford, which occurred on June 11, 1782. (Inquirer photos/Matt Echelberry)
During Living History Day, actors portrayed the capture of Colonel William Crawford, which occurred on June 11, 1782. (Inquirer photos/Matt Echelberry)
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Lowe-Volk Park hosted another successful Living History Day with its two-day event on June 7 and 8. The park was transformed into a 17th century town complete with a colonial camp and an indian camp. In addition to the re-enactment of the capture of Colonel William Crawford (which actually occurred near the park), there were a variety of demonstrations and activities to participate in.


 
 
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