Historic Brattonsville is located in York County, South Carolina, about 40 minutes south of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. It is one of the largest living history sites in the area and hosts events throughout the year. One of the highlights is the annual Revolutionary War reeanactment of the Battle of Huck’s defeat. The 2019 Battle of Huck’s Defeat reenactment saw hundreds of reenactors demonstrating camp life, 18th century skills and – obviously – the battle itself. Here are a few of my favorite images from the day. You can read more about this year’s event here.
If you are a reenactor or interpreter and see yourself in a photo below, I would be happy to send you a digital copy of your photo(s), for your own personal use or for the promotion of your unit, free of charge. Just contact me with the number(s) of the image(s) and I will get them into your inbox as quickly as possible. Of course, prints are also available.
Finally, if you were at the 2019 Battle of Huck’s Defeat and you don’t see yourself below, there is a good chance that I have an image or two of you in my files. just contact me with a description and I will see what I can find.
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