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"Second Saturday" at Fort Sill Museum

FORT SILL, Okla_ Visitors at Fort Sill were able to take a trip back to the 40s Saturday, that's the 1840s we're talking about. 

It was a part of "Second Saturday" for the Fort Sill Historical Landmark and Museum.

Every second Saturday of the month the museum puts on a historical demonstration relating to the armed forces and Fort Sill.

Visitors were taught about a cannon that was used in the 1840s and were able to see a firing demonstration.

If you missed out on the fun don't worry. 

Next Saturday the museum will have a presentation about historical swords.

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