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A parade float at the Old Settler’s Picnic in Western, Nebraska re-enacts a one-room school house under the watchful eye of an Abraham Lincoln impersonator.

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A member of a group re-enacting the westward migration relaxes at a camp near Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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The San Pete Youth Pioneer Pageant and Parade in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. The parade and show honors the Mormon pioneers and others who settled Utah.

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A girl participating in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip looks down from Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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Participants in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip at the foot of Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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Participants in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip at the foot of Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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Participants in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip at the foot of Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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Participants in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip at the foot of Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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Participants in an Oregon Trial re-enactment trip scale the sides of Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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A member of a group re-enacting the westward migration relaxes at a camp near Chimney Rock in Nebraska.

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A horse and his owners stop near Chimney Rock in Nebraska during a trip that traced the historic route of the pioneers. Don’t worry, it’s just a dustbath!

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Lantern Light Tours recreate an 1800s shipping town in Mystic Seaport, Connecticut.

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The Knights of Aksarben crown their royalty at an annual ball, one of the biggest society events in Omaha, NE.

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The Knights of Aksarben crown their royalty at an annual ball, one of the biggest society events in Omaha, NE.

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Two young contestants in the Mount Pleasant, Utah Pioneer’s Pageant struggle with an aspiring “animal actor.”

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Revolutionary War re-enactment in Boston is as accurate as a modern world can make it.

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Revolutionary War re-enactment in Boston is as accurate as a modern world can make it.

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