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Union Mills hosts Civil War encampment | PHOTOS

Maj. Gen. John C. Houck, who re-enacts with a group portraying Company A, 37th Regiment North Carolina Volunteer Troops sets up his tent in front of a Williams breech loading gun and a six-pound mountain howitzer at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day.
(Dylan Slagle)

Union Mills hosts Civil War encampment | PHOTOS

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Union Mills Homestead is hosting a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day. Entrance fee is $10 per car and the Park opens at 9:00 a.m.
(Dylan Slagle)
Living History Encampment
With help from Dave Strawn of Bethlehem, Pa., Chris Gingerich, right, of Mount Joy, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field hospital steward, sets up the tent where he will camp this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day.
With help from Dave Strawn of Bethlehem, Pa., Chris Gingerich, right, of Mount Joy, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field hospital steward, sets up the tent where he will camp this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day. (Dylan Slagle)
Living History Encampment
Ralph Aitkin of Lewistown, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field doctor who performs embalming, attaches the head to a mannequen that he will use in demonstrations this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day.
Ralph Aitkin of Lewistown, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field doctor who performs embalming, attaches the head to a mannequen that he will use in demonstrations this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day. (Dylan Slagle)
Living History Encampment
Chris Gingerich of Mount Joy, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field hospital steward, sets up the tent where he will camp this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day.
Chris Gingerich of Mount Joy, Pa., a Civil War re-enactor who portrays a field hospital steward, sets up the tent where he will camp this weekend at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day. (Dylan Slagle)
Living History Encampment
Maj. Gen. John C. Houck, who re-enacts with a group portraying Company A, 37th Regiment North Carolina Volunteer Troops sets up his tent in front of a Williams breech loading gun and a six-pound mountain howitzer at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day.
Maj. Gen. John C. Houck, who re-enacts with a group portraying Company A, 37th Regiment North Carolina Volunteer Troops sets up his tent in front of a Williams breech loading gun and a six-pound mountain howitzer at Union Mills Homestead. Union Mills Homestead will host a Civil War Living History and Encampment "Citizen Meets Soldier" program Saturday and Sunday July 17 and 18. Living history re-enactors will be camped out on the grounds of the homestead and will have exhibits and demonstrations set up each day. (Dylan Slagle)
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