Civil War Encampment in Lancaster County

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Folks in Lancaster County got the chance cast their votes in an election from 150 years ago.

It's part of the two-day Civil War Encampment in Manheim Township at the former home of president James Buchanan.

Civil War re-enactors from across the region set up camp this weekend  marking 150 years since the 1864 presidential election between incumbent Abraham Lincoln and Union General George McClellan.

People got to witness the living history as union and confederate soldiers and civilians displayed equipment, military drills and even a period fashion show.

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