Dwight Backman, left, shows Caleb Meyers how Civil War soldiers loaded their cannons at a reenactment in 2014.
Dwight Backman, left, shows Caleb Meyers how Civil War soldiers loaded their cannons at a reenactment in 2014. The State File photograph
Dwight Backman, left, shows Caleb Meyers how Civil War soldiers loaded their cannons at a reenactment in 2014. The State File photograph

Is that ... cannon fire, you say? Downtown? Yep.

February 08, 2017 4:35 PM

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