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Presidio La Bahia's Annual Living History Program in 2010 was another huge success. Scroll down and view some photos from the reenactment.

We would like to thank everyone that attended and participated, and we hope everyone walked away with a renewed sense of Texas history. This year almost 200 re-enactors participated.

Below link to photos by Judy Escalante of Victoria, TX, reachable at


A Few Pictures Of The March Reenactment
Grave site of Col. Fannin and his men.
In the lobby of the presidio.
New displays in the museum.
New displays in the museum.
The presidio's new cannon on display.
Texians eating in their camp.
Texian trading post.
Texian demonstrating how rifles worked in 1836.
Mexican Army on the march.
Texian calvary man, waiting for the Mexicans.
Part of the crowd, waiting for a battle.
Texians and Tejanos begin to fight elements of the Mexican Army
Texians and Tejanos marching to battle the Mexican Army.
Texians and Tejanos march into battle.
Texians fire a cannon on the Mexican army.
Mexican and Texian calvary fight it out in front of the crowd.
Mexican cannon fires on the Texians and Tejanos.
    Texian army on the battlefield.
Re-enactors posing for pictures with the visitors.
Texians in camp.
The end of another successful re-enactement.
On to the Candlelight Tour (the night before the Goliad massacre)
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