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The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia.

Smoke fills the air after a cannon blast exploded from the Mexican side of the reenactment of the Battle of Coleto Creek during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. The Mexicans and Texians fought with cannons, guns and occasionally on horseback with swords during the reenactment.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Joe Acosta, of Channelview, left, and Andy Andersen, of Waco, have a little a skirmish after the reenactment of the second skirmish during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. The program had reenactors act out two skirmishes and the Battle of Coleto Creek during the program.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Jesse Glover, 15, wrestles with Ethan Gambino, 17, as Gambino tries to escape while being escorted in the Presidio La Bahia as a prisoner after the reenactment of the Battle of Coleto Creek during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. The battle was where Fannin's Texians surrendered to Mexican forces.

Published on March 23, 2013

Skyler Rosenbrock, 10, of Port Lavaca, listens as Charles "gun smoke" Edwards, of Columbia, talks about how a cannon works between reenactments during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. Edwards is a member of the Brazonian Militia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Colonel Earl Shanks, of La Porte, far right, points down the hill at the Texian forces during a reenactment of the Battle of Coleto Creek during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. A total of 6 cannons were used in the reenactment.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Jim Wilson, of Corpus Christi, plays a fife during the Living History portion of the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. Between the reenactments of the battles, spectators could interact with and walk around the historical camps set up in the presidio.

Published on March 23, 2013

Doug Gray, of Austin, leads the Refugio Militia into battle with a drumbeat during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. The militia was marching out of the Presidio to reenact the Battle of Coleto Creek.

Published on March 23, 2013

Travis Moose, 7, of Austin, watches a reenactment of the Battle of Coleto Creek during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Joe Wolf, of Canyon Lake, left, talks about the guns and knives he has for sale as Hunter James Welder, 12, center, and his dad, Felipe Farley, both of Victoria, look over knives during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. Felipe and Hunter have family that died in the battle. "We just come to pay our respects every year," Farley said of the program.

Published on March 23, 2013

Devin Locher, 10, left, of Austin, Gavin Locher, 14, of Austin, center, and Vangie Mata, 9, of Schertz, got an elevated view of the reenactment of the Battle of Coleto Creek from a tree during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013

Ethan Gambino, 17, left, and Parker Smith, 15, both of Angleton, sharpen knives in their tent between reenactments during the 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program Saturday at the Presidio La Bahia. Gambino has participated in the program for three years as a member of the cannon crew.

Published on March 23, 2013

The 28th Annual Goliad Massacre Living History program at the Presidio La Bahia.

Published on March 23, 2013