The Battle of Pea Ridge
THE BATTLE OF PEA RIDGE
A Documentary Film of the 2013 Reenactment
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One hundred fifty one years after the Battle of Pea Ridge the rolling fields along the Arkansas – Missouri border are again filled with soldiers. Reenactors from many states gather for battle along Big Sugar Creek. They set up camps and cook on open fires. They pitch tents, feed their horses and clean their trusty rifles. The battle starts on a cold March morning. Artillery thunders and belches fire. Blue and gray infantry cross the field on a collision course. The soldiers recreate the Battle of Pea Ridge, also known as the Battle of Elkhorn Tavern. The DVD also features coverage of the Confederate and Federal camps plus a walk through the Sutler Camp.
The Battle of Pea Ridge reenactment documentary has approximately 51 minutes of amazing photos and videos. History comes to life in this exciting Civil War DVD!
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