Battle of Honey Springs Reenactment

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Next Date Nov 03 to Nov 05, 2023!
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  • Nov 03 to Nov 05, 2023
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Honey Springs Battlefield 423159 E 1030 Rd
Checotah, Oklahoma Google Maps
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This is the largest reenactment held in Oklahoma and is open to the public. The site is owned and operated by the Oklahoma Historical Society, which sponsors the event. For more information, please be sure to check out the their Facebook page.

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