After a long, pandemic-induced silence, Historic Brattonsville has reawakened over the last couple of months and there is no greater evidence of that fact than the large crowd that gathered on a hot South Carolina July weekend for the 2021 Battle of Huck’s Defeat. I captured as much as I could on Saturday, and am happy to present some of those images here. If you would like to read more about the day and my process, be sure to check out my blog post.
If you are a reenactor and see your picture 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. Just click the shopping cart to select the size of the print or canvas that best suits you. If you have any questions or if it would be easier for me to handle the process for you, just let me know.
Finally, if you were at the 2021 Battle of Huck’s Defeat and don’t see yourself below, there is a good chance that I have images of you in my files. just contact me with a description and I will see what I can find.
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