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Texas of yesterday brought to life at celebration of independence

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Posted: Sunday, March 2, 2014 12:00 am

It may have been 2014 in the Washington-on-the-Brazos parking lot, but a few yards away it was 1836.

Muzzle-loading rifles, powder horns, coonskin caps and bonnets were all the rage at the re-enactor's camp where members of the Texas Army, a ceremonial and reenactment group, and other history buffs planned to stay for the weekend, sharing their knowledge of life during the Texas Revolution with park attendees.

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