photo: RICHARD T. MEAGHER / staff photographer
BIG POOL - It took over 100 years for the French and Indian War, the American Revolution and the Civil War to play out their parts in American history.
But with a visit to Fort Frederick State Park over the weekend, you could get a glimpse of all three.
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If the crack of gunfire between Confederate and Union reenactors wasn't your interest, a walk across the field to "Wayne's Light Infantry" showed life during the American Revolution.
Wayne's Light Infantry was a military unit that fought on the American side during the American Revolution.
Lynn DiCarlo helped a group of other women chop fresh herbs and onions for a dinner that was about to be cooked on an open fire. The women, in long dresses, worked under a white tent and prepared the food in wooden bowls on a table. Iron stands held heavy cookware over the fire.