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Black Jack 2012

The joyful sounds of banjos and fiddles joined the deadly noise of muskets and riffles in a full day of activities Saturday at the site of the Battle of Black Jack. Events drew good crowds to the site east of Baldwin City for early morning, afternoon and evening activities.

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The Gum Springs Serenaders entertain with minstrel music on a stage at the Robert Hall ...

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Staying in character as Topeka Free-State settler Sally Richardson, Diane Bernheimer greets those on a ...

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Jeremy Holt of St. Joesph, Mo., and his grandfather Ron Holt of Kansas City, Mo., ...

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Guns used for re-enactments Saturday at the Black Jack Battlefield site are placed on a ...

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John Brown as portrayed by Kerry Altenbernd of Lawrence stalks the Black Jack Battlefield with ...

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Carl Anderton on banjo and Forrestt Peterson on fiddle entertain a group of re-enactors at ...

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