Definition of reenactor
: a person who participates in reenactments of historical events
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The parade also featured Revolutionary War soldier reenactors, several dancing groups, a pipes and drums band and live music from the Kings of Dixieland, who are based in Bourbonnais.
Clint Johnson, color sergeant of the 26th North Carolina Regiment, said reenactors try to make the battle as accurate as possible with historical records, clothing for the time period and camping out in the woods for the weekend.
Public reading of the Declaration of Independence Performed by reenactor Thomas Costa, who will portray a historic Pohick rector.
As Civil War reenactor gigs go, Colin Farrell has what appears to be a pretty good one in The Beguiled.
The Rev. Thomas Costa, a historical reenactor, will portray the rector of Pohick Church in 1776.
A tangle of protesters and police surged towards the reenactors, some of whom locked their wooden shields in a real effort to fend off possible danger as other members of the troupe hid behind them.
The 23rd annual event includes model rail displays, live entertainment, vendors, children’s rides, Civil War reenactors and a VRE Excursion train ride to Clifton and back.
Most inexplicably, one of the series’s most dubious ongoing motifs, Frank’s obsession with his Confederate soldier ancestor, got pride of place with the war reenactor Eric Rawlings making a visit to the White House.
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