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    Historic Brattonsville highlighted a pivotal American Revolution battle at the annual Battle of Huck's Defeat event Saturday. The re-enactment featured uniformed militia fighting British loyalists in the battle that took place in July of 1780 at Historic Brattonsville.

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Historic Brattonsville highlighted a pivotal American Revolution battle at the annual Battle of Huck's Defeat event Saturday. The re-enactment featured uniformed militia fighting British loyalists in the battle that took place in July of 1780 at Historic Brattonsville.

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