One of the things the were doing was a mock naval battle. Sadly, I was too late for the battle but I was able to see the Appledore as she headed back down the river. I kind of wish I could have seen her under sail.
This is a paddlewheel that was part of the battle. I think in this shot they were fighting with a shore battery.
The Appledore passing City Hall. I kind of wish there were a cleaner background for this shot.
Another shot of the paddlewheel.
The two ships together, I was hoping that this would have been a simulated boarding.
One of the Civil War re-enactors. This one is dressed as a Chaplain.
A sailor from the Civil War. I don't normally like to take pictures of people but if I do, I prefer them to be natural and not posed.
Some cutlasses of the Civil War.
A group of musicians.
One of the people dressed up like a fur trader.
Another one of the fur traders.
A person dressed up like a Native American. I didn't get the chance to ask what tribe he is supposed to be though.
Another Native American. If I were going to guess, I would say Huron but I'm probably wrong.
Another of the Civil War Re-enactors.
This person is doing Abraham Lincoln. Apparently, he did a re-creation of the Gettysburg Address.
The Paddle Wheel belongs to Ed Morris you remember the one who launched the boat at Memorial a number of years back and it sank....Anyway it is docked at the Kingfisher and is availaBLE FOR BOATRIDES DOWN THE RIVER ON sUMMER EVENINGS...
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