Pennypacker Mansion "Living History" and Battle
                  May 31 - June 2, 2013
Each year the 69th participates in a "Living History" program at the Pennypacker Mansion in Schwenksvile, Pa
which introduces families and school age children to Civil War History. In addition to setting up a camp and having
two reenactment  battles members of the regiment teach kids to march and the "manual of arms". The event
features music, displays and speakers as well as a classic visit to our "1861-1865 Times"
Our camp in the Pennypacker woods
Camping in the woods
Inspection before Battle
Lined up for the march to the Rebel held fields
"New Recruits" prepare to march
Parents lined up to enlist their sons and daughters
The swearing in ceremony
Our Ladies in Camp
Arms stacked.... Ready for battle
Captain Eller coordinates two squads in battle
"Independent Fire, lads !!!"
Building a Stone Wall and Fenceline at the 150th Gettysburg Reenactment Site
Renaissance Fair - Celtic Festival