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Presidio La Bahia's Annual Living History Program in 2005 was another success. Scroll down and view some photos from the reenactment.

We would like to thank everyone that attended, and we hope everyone walked away with a renewed sense of Texas history.


A Few Pictures Of The March Reenactment
The re-enactors lining up to be fed, before the Battle of Colleto Creek.
Texians eating and relaxing in their camp
Entertaining the troops and visitors.
The percussion section
Mexicans relaxing.
Ah... Time for the re-enactment
Some of the Mexican troops lining up to march out of the fort.
Mexican Calvary preparing for the re-enactment.
More Mexican troops beginning to march.
Texians marching to the battle field.
Texians firing on the Mexicans.
Texians firing on Mexicans. Mexican troops just beginning to surround Fannin and his men.
Texians firing their cannon.
    Mexican troops moving to a better position.
Mexican and Texians talking terms of surrender.
    Colonel Fannin being helped back to Presidio La Bahia. His troops have surrendered, and they will be held in the fort for about one week. Visit the Candlelight Tour page for what could have happened the night before the massacre.
View from the outside the presidio wall into one of the rifle ports.
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