The 2013 Battle was a tremendous success. People came from all over to enjoy reenactments, Ladies Tea, Battlefield Ball, great food, music and visiting with friends.
Living History Day: Schools brought their students and gave them an educational experience geared to show what life was like before, during and after the Civil War Over the years, hundreds of school children from the surrounding counties have been able to experience first hand what it would be like to go back in time. What a phenomenal learning opportunity for the students.
Battles took place on both Saturday and Sunday along with a Ladies Tea and an evening ball. The towns people and churches laid out a huge spread of food for Saturday's evening meal in which all participants were invited. Displays and demonstrations for the students on Friday provided opportunities all weekend long for visitors and towns people to learn first hand what life was like during the Civil War.
Some of the Sutlers in 2013 included: Adlers Dry Goods, Greene Leather & Fur, Heartland Kettle Corn, Photographer Drew Tanner, Julia's Herbal Gifts, Richards Publishing, Moore's Merchantile, J. Oliver Photography, Skirts & Shirts, PopJacks Sassafras, Crescent City, Auxier Creek Forge, Sweet Ladies Merchantile, Chiggar Ranch, Possum Holler Sutler, The Lanternman and more.