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Presidio La Bahia's Annual Living History Program in 2006 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
 
 
Texians discussing the weapons of 1836 with visitors.
   
Texians camp.
 
 
Texians showing how an 1836 rifle works.
   
View of Texian camp inside the presidio.
 
 
View of the Texian and Mexican camps inside the Presidio
   
Some Texians marching.
       
   
Texians lined up for review inside the presidio
   
Texians lined up for review inside the presidio.
       
   
Texians listening to Col. Fannin
   
Texians marching out of the presidio's gate.
       
   
Texians marching to the battle field.
   
Camp sites inside the presidio.
       
   
Mexican camp.
   
Texian camp.
       
   
Texian tent with a pot bellied stove for heat.
   
Mexicans relax
       
   
Texians marching.
    Texians lined up for battle with the Mexican Army.
 
   
Mexican Army firing at the Texians.
   
Mexicans marching into battle
       
   
Mexicans marching into battle     Mexican fire at the Texians The battle Begins
     
   
Texians are surrounded and returning fire.     The battle peaks.
       
   
Surrender discussions take place.     Texians meet with Mexican officers and surrender, and are marched back to the presidio.
       
   
Women being escorted back to the presidio.     Women demonstrating how clothes were made in 1836.
       
       
       
The end of another successful re-enactement.
On to the Candlelight Tour (the night before the Goliad massacre)
       
 
 
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