The Civil War Comes To Life At The Two-Day Battle Of Round Mountain Reenactment In Oklahoma

Take a step back in time to the Civil War at the Battle of Round Mountain reenactment – a two-day recreation of the first battle fought in Indian Territory during the Civil War. This winter encampment takes place over multiple days in Payne County as Confederate and Union soldiers advance towards each other on the battlefield  – and visitors are invited to come out and watch this historical and entertaining event. Check it out below:

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For more information, click here to view the Facebook event page.

There are many places to visit in the state that played an important role in Oklahoma’s history. With a total of 22 National Historic Landmarks and several other historical sites, you definitely have your options of places to see that will give you a better glimpse into Oklahoma’s past. Click here to read about 15 historical sites everyone should visit in the Sooner State.

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