9/20/14: 150 years ago, St. Albans made history as the site of the northernmost land action of the American Civil War. A gang of Confederates stole over $200,000 from St. Albans' banks, attempted to burn the town down and escaped to Canada. Years in the making, the town celebrated this memorable anniversary with four days of celebrations held in Taylor Park, the same spot the events unfolded in 1864. Local actors staged a re-enactment, hundreds of visiting Civil War buffs arrived in costume and thousands attended the festivities.
Never one to miss out on a chance to wear hoop skirts, Eva attended as a lady of the 1860s...carrying a video camera.