Matt Richardson's son Jake is all smiles as he participates in a make-believe musket drill while Ray Christie, a historical interpreter depicting a Civil War soldier of the Federal Army's 55th Massachusetts, looks on.
Matt Richardson's son Jake is all smiles as he participates in a make-believe musket drill while Ray Christie, a historical interpreter depicting a Civil War soldier of the Federal Army's 55th Massachusetts, looks on. Special to the Bluffton Packet
Matt Richardson's son Jake is all smiles as he participates in a make-believe musket drill while Ray Christie, a historical interpreter depicting a Civil War soldier of the Federal Army's 55th Massachusetts, looks on. Special to the Bluffton Packet

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