Scenes from ‘The Siege


A child reenactor participating in the running of the Gauntlet in the Indian Village following the outdoor drama of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant on Saturday.

A child reenactor participating in the running of the Gauntlet in the Indian Village following the outdoor drama of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant on Saturday.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Fort Randolph opened its doors on Saturday to the public and they were taken back to the 18th century.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Pictured are Native American reenactors during the outdoor drama.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Native American reenactors in action, walking to battle.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

The visitors at Fort Randolph on Saturday were able to see the reenactors perform various skits.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

A reenactor cooking a meal 18th Century style.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Visitors were able to see demonstrations about frontier life skills in the Fort.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

A young frontiersman reenactor being chased by a Native American reenactor.


Ed Lowe | Courtesy

A child reenactor participating in the running of the Gauntlet in the Indian Village following the outdoor drama of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant on Saturday.

Fort Randolph opened its doors on Saturday to the public and they were taken back to the 18th century.

Pictured are Native American reenactors during the outdoor drama.

Native American reenactors in action, walking to battle.

The visitors at Fort Randolph on Saturday were able to see the reenactors perform various skits.

A reenactor cooking a meal 18th Century style.

Visitors were able to see demonstrations about frontier life skills in the Fort.

A young frontiersman reenactor being chased by a Native American reenactor.

A child reenactor participating in the running of the Gauntlet in the Indian Village following the outdoor drama of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant on Saturday.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege1-1.jpgA child reenactor participating in the running of the Gauntlet in the Indian Village following the outdoor drama of the Siege of Fort Randolph in Point Pleasant on Saturday. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Fort Randolph opened its doors on Saturday to the public and they were taken back to the 18th century.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege2-1.jpgFort Randolph opened its doors on Saturday to the public and they were taken back to the 18th century. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Pictured are Native American reenactors during the outdoor drama.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege3-1.jpgPictured are Native American reenactors during the outdoor drama. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Native American reenactors in action, walking to battle.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege4-1.jpgNative American reenactors in action, walking to battle. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

The visitors at Fort Randolph on Saturday were able to see the reenactors perform various skits.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege5-1.jpgThe visitors at Fort Randolph on Saturday were able to see the reenactors perform various skits. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

A reenactor cooking a meal 18th Century style.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege6-1.jpgA reenactor cooking a meal 18th Century style. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

Visitors were able to see demonstrations about frontier life skills in the Fort.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege7-1.jpgVisitors were able to see demonstrations about frontier life skills in the Fort. Ed Lowe | Courtesy

A young frontiersman reenactor being chased by a Native American reenactor.
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2019/05/web1_Siege8-1.jpgA young frontiersman reenactor being chased by a Native American reenactor. Ed Lowe | Courtesy