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Evan Anderson, 7, watches a steam-powered locomotive. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

Clarksville guests ride in style thanks to the courtesy stagecoaches that shuttled people back and forth during the annual celebration on May 5. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Gunfighters put on a show during the Clarksville Day celebration. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Clarksville descendants gather for a group photo on Clarksville Day. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Evan Anderson, 7, watches a steam-powered locomotive. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
The Mormon Battalion fires its cannon in Clarksville. Several historical reenactment groups attended Clarksville Day. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
National Pony Express rider Dustin Martin rides at the Clarksville Day celebration. Clarksville was a stop in the Pony Express' brief history. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Sam Beezley, 6, from El Dorado Hills gives a carrot to a Pony Express horse. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins
Vintage automobiles head for the Clarksville Day celebration. Clarksville is home to a stretch of the original Lincoln Highway. Village Life photo by Pat Dollins

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