Mifflin Guard Living History Encampment
Gettysburg National Park
July 2-3, 2005

The Mifflin Guard once again was invited by the National Park Service at Gettysburg to camp in back of the Pennsylvania Monument and assist the Rangers with interpreting the battle by means louder than mere words. In addition to Daily Drill and Dress Parade, we reenacted the July 2nd charge of the Pennsylvania Reserves down Little Round Top on Saturday and the charge of the First Minnesota on Sunday. No casualties were reported.
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Pillaging the town Bruce takes us for a tour TJ pensive and thoughtful Bruce still leading
97th Regimental String Band Falling in Dress Parade Present Arms
The musicians sound off Dress Parade Major Magargle Colonel Washburn and Lt. Col. David leading
The Mifflin Guard's Color Company Performing maneuvers Ranger Tom Holbrook Firing off a fine volley
Firing off a fine volley Major Magargle MUSTER ROLL Our camp
Heading out for drill Lined up and ready to move The officers plotting Sean and EJ
Having a rest roadside Ready to roll as the PA Reserves Firing down the mountain... Looking back...
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