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James Neiss/staff photographer PLAYING THEIR PART: Rochester re-enactors, from left, David Woodruff, Trevor Borresen and Travis Bennett, Army soldiers in the 23rd US Regulars, circa 1812, chat at their tents during the Old Fort Niagara War of 1812 Encampment on Saturday. The weekend event at the fort portrays the capture of Fort Niagara by British forces in December 1813. It continues today with battle demonstrations and living history programs throughout the day.

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