Lawrence County Museum of History & Edward L. Hutton Research Library
929 15th Street
Bedford, Indiana 47421
A period photographer prepares his camera for taking tin-type pictures.
A tin type picture taken at History Fest.
Young reinactors play "graces," a game to teach young girls the art of being graceful.
A child reinactor plays with a hoop and stick. (Photo courtesy of the Bedford Times-Mail.)
A Native American group sings for an audience at History Fest.
A country gospel group performs at History Fest.
Civil War Reinactment
Union troops fire upon the Confederate troops.
Confederate soldiers return cannon fire.
Union troops storm the Confederate lines.
A captured Union soldier makes a plea for his life.
The soldier takes his chances and runs away under fire from the Confederate troops.
Union and Confederate soldiers lay wounded on the field after battle.
Reenactors stand at attention during an speech to attendees explaining historical reenactment.
Shootout at the OK Corral
A young History Fest attendee tries to beat Doc Holiday on the draw
before the shootout at the OK Corrall (Photo courtesy of the Bedford
Doc Holliday, Wyatt Earp, Morgan Earp, and Virgil Earp head into the OK Corrall for the shootout.
The outlaws are confronted.
The shootout begins.
WWII reenactors stage a battle. (photo courtesy Bedford Times-Mail)
A reenactor portrays a WWII era German woman.
Wild West Hold-up
A stagecoach rides into town. Terry McKnight built the stagecoach and is the driver.
The hold-up begins.
The stagecoach is held up by outlaws. (Photo courtesy of the Bedford Times-Mail.)
The American Legion at the head of the Parade of Veterans.
Civil War reenactors.
Ciivil War women reenactors.
Wild West reenactors.
Native American reenactors.
Norm Taylor greets the veterans and audience at the History Fest veterans program.
Veteran and Iwa Jima survivor Frank Walker is introduced at the veterans program.
Matt runs home.
Angie gets a hit.
Matt waits on a good pitch.
Smashing a ball to the fence....
Norm pitches for the other team's batter.
Matt and Angie watch from the dugout.
Jim wails a ball to the fence.
Umpire Lowell makes sure everyone plays fair.