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Follow the reenactment: Live tweeting from Bull Run

We hope you’ve enjoyed following Timothy R. Smith’s dispatches from Camp Manassas for the last two days. Tomorrow, join us here or on Twitter @manassaswp as Smith live tweets from the scene of the reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run starting at 9 a.m. Until then, make sure you’re following @CivilWarwp and The Washington Post’s other Civil War Twitter feeds: which follow the war in th
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