Civil War anniversary

Baltimore police honor guard members, right, practice as Mayor <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEHST000291" title="George Brown" href="/topic/arts-culture/george-brown-PEHST000291.topic">George Brown</a>, from left, re-enacted by Rich Espey, of Towson, and Police Marshal George Kane, re-enacted by Nathan Cooper, of Baltimore, waited to march in parade to commemorate the Pratt Street Riots and the first bloodshed of the Civil War.

( Kenneth K. Lam, Baltimore Sun / April 16, 2011 )

Baltimore police honor guard members, right, practice as Mayor George Brown, from left, re-enacted by Rich Espey, of Towson, and Police Marshal George Kane, re-enacted by Nathan Cooper, of Baltimore, waited to march in parade to commemorate the Pratt Street Riots and the first bloodshed of the Civil War.

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