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Patriots' Day Reenactment | Photos

Patriots’ Day Reenactment | Photos
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Over the span of a few days in April each year, Patriot reenactors come together to breathe life into the historic battles of Lexington and Concord at the annual Patriots’ Day Reenactment.

Photographers Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung were on hand to capture the recreation of events that sparked a revolution.

Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Re-enactors cross the North Bridge in the British Mourn Arms Parade.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Cannon firing demonstrations draw a crowd.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Re-actors pose with one of the working cannons used in a public demonstration.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
A woman and her children play the part at Hartwell Tavern.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Keeping in formation, the colonists head to Hartwell Tavern. No detail is too small in terms of authentic accessories-muskets, tin water cans, wool blankets.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Costumes are impeccably made and authentic to the colonial time period.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
British soldiers keep up the appearance of a real battle firing their muskets for spectators.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Colonist set a serious tone as they get into character along Battle Road.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Colonists march in character through the crowds.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
British re-enactors wait along Battle Road.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Nearly 300 Colonial and British re-enactors participate in the “fight back to Boston” along Battle Road Trail in Lincoln.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Colonists march in character through the crowds.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
Detail of a colonist’s clothing and accessories during the Battle on the Green.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
The re-enactment of the Battle on the Green in Lexington begins at dawn.
Patriots' Day Reenactment
Photo/Art by Jonathan Kozowyk and Henry Hung
British and American flags held high during the British Mourn Arms Parade in Concord.

Learn about the this year’s Patriots’ Day events.

To see more of our photographers’ work, please visit their respective websites:
http://www.jonathankozowyk.com
http://henryhungphoto.com/

Updated Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
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