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<p>photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p>The sounds of cannon fire once again echoed from the Drennen-Scott home in Van Buren Saturday as the historic site presented its third annual Civil War event. Weapons demonstrations, historical stories and other living-history displays entertained and educated those who attended the free, all-ages event.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

The sounds of cannon fire once again echoed from the Drennen-Scott home in Van Buren Saturday as the historic site presented its third annual Civil War event. Weapons demonstrations, historical stories and other living-history displays entertained and educated those who attended the free, all-ages event.

<p><strong></strong>photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p>Tom Wing (right), director of the Drennen-Scott Historic Site, outlines the duties of those responsible for firing the cannon. From left are Kenneth Coleman, Steven Christian, Greg Hall, Jake Wing and Jackson Wing.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

Tom Wing (right), director of the Drennen-Scott Historic Site, outlines the duties of those responsible for firing the cannon. From left are Kenneth Coleman, Steven Christian, Greg Hall, Jake Wing and Jackson Wing.

<p style="text-align: left;" >photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p style="text-align: left;" >Tom Wing explains the workings of the cannon.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

Tom Wing explains the workings of the cannon.

<p>photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p>Jeremy Lynch portrays what it was like to be a soldier in Northwest Arkansas during the Civil War.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

Jeremy Lynch portrays what it was like to be a soldier in Northwest Arkansas during the Civil War.

<p>photo by KENNETH FRY</p><p>Cody Faber and Martha Siler, dressed in period costumes, stand on the front porch of the Drennen-Scott Historic Site.</p>

photo by KENNETH FRY

Cody Faber and Martha Siler, dressed in period costumes, stand on the front porch of the Drennen-Scott Historic Site.

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