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Tommy Phillips of Cookeville, Tenn., shows Malachi Reynolds, 5, of Fairfax how to hold his 1853 Enfield Gun at an encampment near the Manassas Museum on Thursday. "I just love talking to people about all this history," said Mr. Phillips. Dressed as Gen. Robert E. Lee for the weekend, Al Stone of Hinton, W.Va., stays in the shade under his tent to keep cool. Mr. Stone and his friends were camping out the entire weekend near the Manassas Museum to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Bull Run.

PHOTOGRAPHS BY DREW ANGERER/THE WASHINGTON TIMES Tommy Phillips of Cookeville, Tenn., shows Malachi Reynolds, 5, of Fairfax how to hold his 1853 Enfield Gun at an encampment near the Manassas Museum on Thursday. "I just love talking to people about all this history," said Mr. Phillips. Dressed as Gen. Robert E. Lee for the weekend, Al Stone of Hinton, W.Va., stays in the shade under his tent to keep cool. Mr. Stone and his friends were camping out the entire weekend near the Manassas Museum to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the First Battle of Bull Run.

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