Civil War Revisited Wraps Up
October 10, 2005 -- The 16th Annual Civil War Revisited is now itself in the history books.
The two day event at Fresno's Kearney Park wrapped up on Sunday.
Thousands of spectators got to see hand to hand combat in one of the battles of Manassas on Sunday.
One of the reenactors was actually a real life soldier on leave from Iraq.
Organizers say this is the largest annual Civil War reenactment in the United States.
30,000 people came last year, but attendance was noticeably lower this year.
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