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Reliving history at Battle of Lexington

Reenactors spend lot of time, money to get facts right

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By David Abel
Globe Staff / April 21, 2009

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LEXINGTON - It was a cold and foggy morning when the bell sounded. Out of the mist, the militiamen began to assemble in a row with their muskets. Within a few minutes appeared their enemies, the wig-wearing redcoats of His Majesty's Tenth Regiment of Foot, their bayonet-tipped Brown Bess flintlocks at the ready. (Full article: 632 words)

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