An Inside Look at the Civil War: Using Primary Sources to Increase Understanding – Afternoon Program

Fighting in the Civil War—what was it like to participate in that struggle? What can we learn about the War by reading from artifacts used during it and hearing from people and seeing places that experienced it? Take an inside look at the Civil War using primary sources. Find curricular resources by clicking the Educational Material tab.

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An Inside Look at the Civil War: Using Primary Sources to Increase Understanding – Afternoon Program

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am