Morgans Raid on Dogwood Pass

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Next Date Jun 10 to Jun 11, 2023!
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  • Jun 10 to Jun 11, 2023
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722 Adams Road
Beaver, Ohio Google Maps
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Mounted/Dismounted cavalry, infantry, and artillery are welcome to help recreate this historic event!

Limited cash bounties available for mounted cavalry and artillery; and powder bounty available for pre-registered infantry/dismounted cavalry. 

Two battles each day: a raid within the town itself and a battle outside the town shortly after!

For reenactor information and registration, or information regarding the civil war event, contact Michael Bayer of the 1st Kentucky at firstkycavc@yahoo.com

For additional information contact dogwood.pass@yahoo.com or search for us on Facebook.

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