Illinois Geography: Fort Massac


Fort Massac is my favorite place to go in Illinois. Every year they do a re-enactment at the fort. Everyone that works there during the re-enactment wears clothing that was worn from the time when the fort was built. They also make many things from that time period like trinkets, arrow heads, wooden swords and magnifying lenses. Then there is the famous root beer they make (it’s really good). We camp out near the river where we go to practice our lens fire building. I look forward to this annual event in Illinois.
I will post a picture soon.

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by: JulieD

Yes, I agree. The re-enactment at Fort Massac in the fall is a great event to attend. I like the root beer, too. I like walking around and looking at all of the hand crafted items and demonstrations.Also, the re-enactment battle is really neat to see.

I like walking into the actual fort and trying to imagine what it was really like and by attending the re-enactment I get a good idea of that.

Thanks for posting.


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