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On Sunday, November 30th 2014, 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Franklin, re-enactors and speakers were present at the Carter House and at the Carnton House as part of the Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Franklin. 10,000 luminaries, representing the casualties of the battle, were lit at dusk. The photo gallery is only of the Civil War re-enactors that were at the Carter House location.
Civil War reenactors at Sesquicentennial in Franklin TNCivil War reenactors with an oil painting effectCivil War reenactors with flagsCivil War Soldier re-enactors black and whiteCivil War soldier up by the treeCivil War soldiers four on the hillCivil War soldiers on the marchConfederate Soldier waiting on the Union to take him awayFour reenactors on a hillFranklin Civil War reenactors black and whiteFranklin Civil War reenactorsGenerals and Soliders marching on pastHauntings of Civil War Soldiers marching on pastLone Confederate Soldier keeping an ever watchful eye on cemeteryLone Confederate Soldier resting upon a treeLone soldier looking over the cemeteryA group of Civil War soldiers on a hillA late evening of Confederate Soldier Franklin TNBattle Of Franklin Civil War reenactors

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Keywords:150th Anniversary of the Battle of Franklin, Civil War, Civil War Re-enactors, Confederate, Historical, History, Military, Reenactors, Sesquicentennial of the Battle of Franklin, Soldiers, South, Southern, Tennessee, Union