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Presidio La Bahia's Annual Living History Program in 2012 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.




 

 
A Few Pictures Of The March Reenactment
 
 
Mexican army prepares to engauge the Texians.
   
Mexican troops preparing one of the cannons.
 
 
Mexican troops gathering.
   
Mexican cannon fire.
 
 
Mexican cannon fire.
   
Mexican cannon fire.
       
   
Mexican troops on the move.
   
Texian troops lining up and ready to fight the Mexican troops.
       
   
Mexican troops on the move.
   
Mexican troops on the move.
       
   
Mexican troops on the move.
   
Mexican army troops.
       
   
Mexican army troops.
   
Texians and Tejanos march after the battle.
       
   
Texian army surrendered and back to the fort.
   
Texian army surrendered and back at the fort.
       
   
Mexican army preparing to lower the bloody arm flag
    Mexican army preparing to lower the bloody arm flag
 
   
Lowering the Bloody Arm Flag. It was thrown on the ground as trash.
   
Mexican flag being raised over the re-captured fort.
   
Visitor viewing the Battallion Refugio Flag.     Sunday - Marching to Fannin's men grave site.
   
Sunday - Ceremony at Fannin's men grave site.     Sunday - Flags at Fannin's men grave site.
       
 
On to the Candlelight Tour (the night before the Goliad massacre)
       
 
 
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