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Black Jack Battlefield: Shadows of Civil War

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Event# 785-883-2106

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Come explore the events and history of the Battle of Black Jack on the 156th anniversary! The all-day event will begin at 5am with the Dawn at Black Jack Battlefield, where you can walk the battlefield at the exact time and day of the battle. Next, an appearance by “Old John Brown” will be made at 1pm where he will guide you through the battle. At 2:30pm, a tour will be given of Black Jack Nature Park. Lastly, to close out the day, there will be an 1856 Lamplight Camp Tour which will include: lamplight tours of the battlefield starting every 15 minutes, Gum Spring Serenaders from 8-9pm, and exhibits at the Robert Hall Pearson Farmhouse from 8-10pm. This event will be $8 for ages 12 and over, but the rest of the events and activities are free and refreshments will be provided for no cost as well. Located 3 miles east of Baldwin City, KS and ¼ mile south of Highway 56. Be sure to mark your calendars for this day of fun and learning!

Black Jack Battlefield: Shadows of Civil War

Address : Black Jack Battlefield & Nature Park Baldwin City KS
Phone : 785-883-2106   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : free

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