Category Archives: Sesquicentennial Events

Battle of First Bull Run -150th Anniversary

Today is the 150th anniversary of the first large scale battle of the American Civil War -First Bull Run – or as those friends of mine in the south would call it – First Manassas. Prior to this battle, many … Continue reading

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Captain Thomas Espy GAR Post 153 Announces Civil War Living History Weekend

Good morning friends. I was recently contacted by the publicity staff at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall. Within the walls of the Free Library resides the Captain Thomas Espy GAR Post 153 in all its original splendor. … Continue reading

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