Posts Tagged: civil war reenactment

A post card for events at ACFL&MH

“150 Years Ago”, Abraham Lincoln and the End of the Civil War

2015 marks the 150th anniversary of two pivotal events in our nation’s history: the end of the Civil War marked by after Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender on April 9, and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln on April 14,

A post card for events at ACFL&MH

“150 Years Ago”, Abraham Lincoln and the End of the Civil War

2015 marks the 150th anniversary of two pivotal events in our nation’s history: the end of the Civil War marked by after Gen. Robert E. Lee’s surrender on April 9, and the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln on April 14,

post card invitation to civil war reenactment event

2012 ACFL&MH Living History Weekend Post Card

2012 still recognizes the sesquicentennial, or the 150th anniversary, of the Civil War; last year was the beginning of the war, this year and the next two follow the history of battles and hardships. Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music

post card invitation to civil war reenactment event

2012 ACFL&MH Living History Weekend Post Card

2012 still recognizes the sesquicentennial, or the 150th anniversary, of the Civil War; last year was the beginning of the war, this year and the next two follow the history of battles and hardships. Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music

front of post card

Civil War Sesquicentennial Post Card

I just had to use that word in the headline. Quick—what does it mean? It means it’s the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall will be hosting a “living history”

front of post card

Civil War Sesquicentennial Post Card

I just had to use that word in the headline. Quick—what does it mean? It means it’s the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the Civil War. Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall will be hosting a “living history”