Exhibits & Events Calendar

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Commemoration of Atlanta Campaign sesquicentennial with special exhibit, "1864"
Date: Saturday, May 03 -
Thursday, July 10
Location: Georgia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.southernmuseum.org
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Commemoration of Atlanta Campaign sesquicentennial with special exhibit, “1864,” at Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History in Kennesaw. Featuring letters, interactive exhibits, never-before-displayed artifacts. For information, (770) 427-2117 ext. 3058;  www.southernmuseum.org

"A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale" performance
Date: Thursday, June 19 -
Saturday, July 12
Location: Indiana
Event Category: Performances
For more info: http://www.lincolnamphitheatre.org
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“A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale” retelling of Lincoln’s Indiana boyhood years through theatre, song & spectacle at Lincoln Amphitheatre, Lincoln City. Wednesday-Saturday evenings 7:30, 2 p.m. matinees June 29 & July 9. Closed July 4. For information, 800-264-4223; www.lincolnamphitheatre.org

"Prelude to the Civil War" Exhibit
Date: Tuesday, July 01 -
Sunday, June 07
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.npg.si.edu
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"Prelude to the Civil War" at National Portrait Gallery. 16 daguerreotypes of men including Jefferson Davis, Frederick Douglass, Henry Clay, Stonewall Jackson, who took part in slavery debates or were political or military leaders For information, 202-633-8300; npg.si.edu

Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum temporary exhibition, "Reunion, Reconciliation"
Date: Tuesday, July 01 -
Tuesday, June 30
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.seminaryridgemuseum.org
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Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum temporary exhibition, "Reunion, Reconciliation," about Battle of Gettysburg 50th anniversary, how it dealt with issues of reunion & reconciliation. Museum building housed special reunion guests. Exhibit included with general admission. Open daily 10-5 p.m. through November. For information, 717-39-1300; www.seminaryridgemuseum.org

Grant & Lee Exhibit
Date: Tuesday, July 01 -
Sunday, May 31
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.npg.si.edu
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 “One Life: Grant and Lee, 1864-1865” at National Portrait Gallery. Consideration of two lives that were intertwined during the war. For information, 202-633-8300; npg.si.edu

Monocacy 150th
Date: Tuesday, July 01 -
Sunday, August 31
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/mono/planyourvisit/monocacy-150.htm
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150th Battle of Monocacy anniversary special museum exhibit, "Honoring Heroism" at Monocacy National Battlefield Visitor Center, Frederick. Includes "Battle of Monocacy” map by Jedediah Hotchkiss on loan from Library of Congress, a Sharps Carbine picked up by the Best family after the battle & postwar letter written by Gen. Jubal Early. For information, 301-662-3515; www.nps.gov/mono/planyourvisit/monocacy-150.htm

150th Anniversary commemorative event
Date: Friday, July 04 -
Sunday, July 06
Location: West Virginia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
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150th Anniversary commemorative event, "Invasion Stalled: Harpers Ferry and the Defense of Washington" at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Highlighting Union defenders who stalled C.S. march on Washington four days. Living history, ranger programs, exhibits, talks, concerts, artillery. For information, 304-535-6748.

3rd Annual Shepherdsville Civil War Days
Date: Friday, July 04 -
Sunday, July 06
Location: Kentucky
Event Category: Living History
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3rd Annual Shepherdsville Civil War Days. Battles Saturday & Sunday, skirmishes. Fireworks Friday night in conjunction with Shepherdsville City Fair & Bullitt Blast. First 100 reenactors no fee, 1 meal, powder. $10 thereafter. For information, registration, Tony Schlatter, 502-939-0580 or Tony Thompson, 502-403-6545

Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment
Date: Friday, July 04 -
Sunday, July 06
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.gettysburgreenactment.com
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Annual Gettysburg Civil War Battle Reenactment, Pumping Station Road, Gettysburg. Daily battles with pyrotechnics, living history, Saturday dance with 2nd South Carolina String Band. Civilian camps for military dependents, living history village, activities tents. Bounty for horses & cannons. Registration fee $8 by Dec. 31, $15 until March 15, $20 until June 1, walk-on $25. Sponsored by Gettysburg Anniversary Committee. For information, registration, gac4@comcast.net; www.gettysburgreenactment.com; PO Box 3482, Gettysburg, PA 17325.

"Confederates Take the Shriver House"
Date: Saturday, July 05
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.shriverhouse.org
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“Confederates Take the Shriver House” re-creation of 1863 sharpshooter action at the Shriver House Museum, Gettysburg, 5-9 p.m. For information, 717-337-2800; www.shriverhouse.org

150th Battle of Monocacy commemoration
Date: Saturday, July 05 -
Friday, July 11
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Commemoration
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/mono
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150th Battle of Monocacy commemoration at Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick. Living history encampments, military demonstrations, hikes, programs, concerts, guest speakers throughout battlefield. Special museum exhibit “Honoring Heroism,” featuring Library of Congress map by Jedediah Hotchkiss. For information, 301-662-3515; www.nps.gov/mono

Living History at Black Horse Tavern
Date: Saturday, July 05
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Living History
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Living History at Black Horse Tavern, which was part of Francis Bream Farm, Gettysburg, 10-3. Telling the tavern’s role during the battle and month after. Free. For information, mp1113@comcast.net

Living History at General Lee's Headquarters
Date: Saturday, July 05
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Living History
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“Voices of the Confederacy” at General Lee’s Headquarters, Gettysburg, 9-3. Southern history from Southern perspective, military & civilian portrayals, shooting demonstrations. Free. For information, 717-334-3141

The Ransom of Middletown 150th Commemoration in Historic Middletown
Date: Monday, July 07 -
Saturday, July 12
Location: Maryland
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.CiviWarMiddletownMd.com
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The Ransom of Middletown 150th Commemoration in Historic Middletown. Free Monday 7 p.m. “Heart of the Civil War” documentary. Wednesday preview of Civil War Experience Exhibit with ransom note ordered by Gen. Jubal Early & talks by Dennis Frye, Steve Bockmiller. Saturday ransom reenactment, living history, demonstrations, tours, kid activities, music, evening “Taste of the Town” ticketed event. For information, tickets, CiviWarMiddletownMd.com

Civil War Youth Camp at Clinton County Historical Museum
Date: Tuesday, July 08 -
Friday, July 11
Location: New York
Event Category: Miscellaneous
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Civil War Youth Camp at Clinton County Historical Museum, Plattsburgh. For ages 9-14 focusing on the history of local units & the daily life activities their soldiers. Fee. For information, 518-561-0340, director@clintoncountyhistorical.org

15th Anniversary of Fort Stevens
Date: Friday, July 11 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/cwdw
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July 11 Civil War Historians’ Round Table on Fort Stevens 150th Anniversary, place to be announced. July 12 commemorative program with keynote speaker 10-12 p.m. at the fort with commemorative activities 12:30-4 including living history, period crafts & music, talks, walks. July 13 memorial program at Battleground National Cemetery, 2-4. Reading of names, placement of U.S. flags at grave markers, period music. For information, 202-426-7723 ext. 101; www.nps.gov/cwdw

5th Annual Retreat Through Williamsport
Date: Friday, July 11 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.williamsportretreat.com
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5th Annual Retreat Through Williamsport with focus on events during Lee’s retreat from Gettysburg. Reenactments, speakers, demonstrations, battles, book signing, barn dance, music. Bounties for artillery, cavalry, specialty groups, large infantry companies. Registration $10, $15 walk-on. For information, 301-573-7364; www.williamsportretreat.com

Atlanta Antique Gun & International Military Show
Date: Friday, July 11 -
Saturday, July 12
Location: Georgia
Event Category: Shows
For more info: http://www.heCarolinaTrader.com
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Atlanta Antique Gun & International Military Show at Cobb County Civic Center, Marietta, Friday 12-5, Saturday 9-5. Admission $7, ages 7-12 $1. For information, Carolina Trader Promotions, 704-282-1339; www.TheCarolinaTrader.com

10th annual Civil War Encampment at Rose Hill Manor Park
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.rosehillmuseum.com
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10th annual Civil War Encampment at Rose Hill Manor Park, Frederick, where U.S. & C.S. troops camped, Saturday 10-4, Sunday 10-3. Highlighting 1864 Battle of the Monocacy & emancipation in Maryland. Military, medical & civilians welcome.Demonstrations, artillery, children's activities, manor tours, Sunday church service. No fee, registration deadline May 30. $3 admission. For information, 301-600-1650; www.rosehillmuseum.com

150th Annivesary Reenactment Battle of Fort Stevens
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.fortward.org
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Battle of Fort Stevens Reenactment Weekend at Fort Ward Museum & Historic Site, Alexandria. Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-3. Commemorates anniversary of the only battle fought in the Civil War Defenses of Washington, which included Fort Ward. Saturday 2 p.m. narrated reenactment. Sunday Federal City Brass Band concert 2 p.m. Military camps, living historians, demonstrations, the Lincolns. For information, 703-746-4848; www.fortward.org.

150th Commemoration of Maryland Emancipation
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/mono
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150th Commemoration of Maryland Emancipation at Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick. United States Colored Troops, living history demonstrations, concerts, archeology programs, “Honoring Heroism” museum exhibit, talks. For information, 301-662-3515; www.nps.gov/mono

23rd Annual Civil War Days at Lakewood Forest Preserve
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Illinois
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.cfpd.org/civilwar
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23rd Annual Civil War Days at Lakewood Forest Preserve, Wauconda. Battles both days, contests, drills, Saturday meal, reenactor ball, medical demonstrations, music, historic people. Recreated Lake County Agricultural Fair. Free, register by July 1. Limited artillery & cavalry bounties. For information, Lake County Discovery Museum, 847-968-3400. Registration, www.lcfpd.org/civilwar

Athenaeum Girls School
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Friday, July 18
Location: Tennessee
Event Category: Miscellaneous
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Athenaeum Girls School in the Athenaeum Rectory, Columbia, home of 1852-1924 private girls school. Girls 14-18 reenact the school in period dress. Classes in art, music, period dance, language, history, penmanship, etiquette, parlor games, hair styles, domestic arts, crochet. Expenses except clothing included. For information, 931-381-4822, guptonlg@usit.net.

Corydon - On the Eve of Battle in downtown Corydon
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Sunday, July 13
Location: Indiana
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.thisisindiana.org
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Corydon — On the Eve of Battle in Downtown Corydon. Living history focusing on military & civilian life at the July 9, 1863, Morgan’s Raid Battle of Corydon. For information, 888-738-2137; thisisindiana.org

Reenacting C.S. Gen. John Hunt Morgan's July 7, 1863, raid on Brandenburg
Date: Saturday, July 12 -
Monday, January 13
Location: Kentucky
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.brandenburgreenactment.com
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Reenacting C.S. Gen. John Hunt Morgan’s July 7, 1863, raid on Brandenburg. Battles both days, cavalry competition, period dance. Bounties for all branches, Saturday meal, Sunday breakfast. $5 registration by June 28. For information, www.brandenburgreenactment.com

Battle of Cool Springs 150th Anniversary Tour
Date: Friday, July 18 -
Thursday, July 17
Location: Virginia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/cebe
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"On This Day” Battle of Cool Springs Anniversary Tour. Hosted by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, Middletown. For information, 540-869-3051; www.nps.gov/cebe

"Play Ball: America's National Pastime during the Civil War" lecture
Date: Saturday, July 19
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.MarinersMuseum.org
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"Play Ball: America's National Pastime during the Civil War" with assistant conservator Kate Sullivan at The Mariners' Museum, Newport News, 1 p.m. For information, 757-596-2222; www.MarinersMuseum.org

"Soldiers of the Civil War" living history event
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Living History
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“Soldiers of the Civil War” living history event at Daniel Lady Farm, Gettysburg. $10 donation over age 16. Proceeds benefit American Living History Education Center being developed at the farm for students. For information, Kirk Davis, 717-338-1776; ALHES1776@outlook.com

150th Anniversary Kernstown
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: Virginia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.kernstownbattle.org
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July 19, 20, Virginia. 150th Kernstown
Sesquicentennial activities at Kernstown Battlefield, Winchester, 9-5. Living history, artillery & artifact displays, period fashion shows, firing demonstrations, Shenandoah Valley Minstrels Sunday at 2,  Civil War 150 HistoryMobile, battlefield walking tours, 1854 Pritchard House tours, museum. Free. For information, www.kernstownbattle.org

150th Kernstown Tour
Date: Saturday, July 19
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
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“The Second Battle of Kernstown: Southern High Tide in the Shenandoah Valley” 150th Anniversary Commemorative Tour with historian Scott C. Patchan. Sponsored by Kernstown Battlefield Assn. $95 per person, registration deadline July 1. Make check payable to KBA, mail with name, address, contact info to Kernstown Battlefield Assn., PO Box 1327, Winchester, VA 22604

Annual Civil War Days at Duncans Mills
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: California
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.civilwardays.net
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Annual Civil War Days at Duncans Mills opening at 9 a.m. 2 daily battles, cavalry, artillery, infantry, horse-drawn wagons and 6-horse hitch artillery. Adults $12, children $6. Hosted by California Historical Artillery Society. For information, 707-922-5901, information@civilwardays.net; www.civilwardays.net

Beverly Heritage Days celebration of the town's Civil War history & Appalachian heritage
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: West Virginia
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.beverlyheritagecenter.org
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Beverly Heritage Days celebration of the town's Civil War history & Appalachian heritage. Living history, heritage craft demonstrations, museums, activities. Sponsored by Rich Mountain Battlefield Foundation and Historic Beverly Preservation. For information, 304-637-7424; www.beverlyheritagecenter.org

Civil War Encampment & Living History at Union Mills Homestead
Date: Saturday, July 19
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.unionmills.org/
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Civil War Encampment & Living History at Union Mills Homestead, Westminster. Living history, infantry & artillery drills. Hosted by Union Mills Homestead Foundation Inc. For information, info@unionmill.org; http://www.unionmills.org/

Civil War Encampment at James A. Garfield National Historic Site
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: Ohio
Event Category: Encampment
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Civil War Encampment at James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor, 11-4. Firing drills both days, Lincoln & generals including Garfield. Living history, mini-militia for children, tours of Garfield home. Free. For information, 440-255-8722

Friends of Gettysburg Adams Seminar
Date: Saturday, July 19
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Seminar
For more info: http://www.friendsofgettysburg.org
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Friends of Gettysburg Adams Seminar “When Yankees Attack: Rare Offensive Actions by the Union at Gettysburg” with Licensed Battlefield Guide Ralph Siegel. Half-day each lecture, tour. $95 nonmembers, registration deadline July 4. For information, www.friendsofgettysburg.org.

National Civil War & Antique Arms & National World War I & II Shows
Date: Saturday, July 19 -
Sunday, July 20
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Shows
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National Civil War & Antique Arms & National World War I & II Shows at the Showplace in Richmond, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 9-3. Sponsored by North South Trader’s Civil War. For information, chairman Stephen W. Sylvia, 540-672-4845, show@nstcivilwar.com

"Battle of Cedar Creek" talk by Howard Coffin
Date: Sunday, July 20
Location: Vermont
Event Category: Talk
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“Battle of Cedar Creek” talk by Vermont historian Howard Coffin at the American Precision Museum, Windsor, 3-4:30 p.m. For information, 802-674-5781.

Battlefield Tour of Battle of Rutherford's Farm
Date: Sunday, July 20
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.ShenandoahAtWar.org
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“150 Years Ago…On This Day” Battlefield Tour of Battle of Rutherford’s Farm, Winchester, 4-6 p.m. NPS Ranger Eric Campbell will lead car caravan tour. Free. Presented by Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation. For information, theder@svbf.net, 540-740-4545, www.ShenandoahAtWar.org

"Statues of Liberty: A Sesquicentennial Exhibit & Celebration" exhibit
Date: Wednesday, July 23 -
Monday, October 13
Location: Vermont
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.morrillhomestead.org
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"Statues of Liberty: A Sesquicentennial Exhibit & Celebration" at Justin Morrill Homestead, Strafford. Congressman Morrill's act signed by Lincoln on July 2, 1864, created the National Statuary Hall at U.S. Capitol. Photos & descriptions of the statues. Opening reception, preview July 4, 5:30 p.m. Open Wednesday-Friday 11-5, Monday holidays. For information, 802-765-4288, director@morrillhomestead.org; www.morrillhomestead.org

Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours program
Date: Wednesday, July 23 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Pennsylvania, Virginia
Event Category: Seminar & Tour
For more info: http://www.chambersburgscivilwarseminars.org
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“Terror on the Border: Summer 1864,” a Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours program based in Chambersburg. Ed Bearss, Jeffry Wert, Richard Sommers, Eric Wittenberg, Ted Alexander. 150th anniversary tours of the burning of Chambersburg, McCausland’s Raid, Early’s Raid & the Battle of Monocacy. Fee. For information, 717-264-7101; www.chambersburgscivilwarseminars.org

Battle of Second Kernstown Anniversary Tour
Date: Thursday, July 24
Location: Virginia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/cebe
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"On This Day” Battle of Second Kernstown Anniversary Tour. Hosted by Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park, Middletown. For information, 540-869-3051; www.nps.gov/cebe

Civil War Musical
Date: Thursday, July 24 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Illinois
Event Category: Music
For more info: http://www.presidentlincoln.illinois.gov
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“The Civil War” musical by Frank Wildhorn, Gregory Boyd & Jack Murphy with music by Frank Wildhorn in Union Square Park, Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum, Springfield, 8 p.m. $12, $10 members, $5 lawn. For information, tickets, presidentlincoln.illinois.gov

Early's 1864 Valley Campaign with Scott Patchan
Date: Thursday, July 24
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.blueandgrayeducation.org
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Early’s 1864 Valley Campaign with Scott Patchan, from Winchester. Fee. Sponsored by Blue & Gray Education Society. For information, registration, 434-250-9921; www.blueandgrayeducation.org

Vermont Time-Line Event at Dover Forge
Date: Friday, July 25 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Vermont
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.
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28th Annual Living History Association Time Line Event & Annual Blueberry Valley Festival at the Dover Forge, West Dover. Encampment with displays &  demonstrations from Ancient Rome to WW II, Saturday Blueberry Festival parade with regional bands & marching units. For information, 802-368-7913, info@livinghistoryassn.org

13th Annual Civil War Reenactment & Living History Weekend at Robert Moses State Park
Date: Saturday, July 26 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: New York
Event Category: Reenactment
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13th Annual Civil War Reenactment & Living History Weekend at Robert Moses State Park, Massena, Saturday 10-7, Sunday 10-2. Battles both days, fashion show, period games, displays,  presentations, Abe Lincoln. Hosted by St. Lawrence County Historical Association & 2nd Michigan Co. E. For information, registration, 315-386-8133, suel@slcha.org

150th Civil War Celebration at Prospect House & Civil War Museum
Date: Saturday, July 26 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Minnesota
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
For more info: http://www.prospecthousemuseum.org
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150th Civil War Celebration at Prospect House & Civil War Museum in Battle Lake, 10-5. Reenactors, displays, tours, entertainment, Saturday night concert. For information, 218-864-4008, prospecthouse2@arvig.net; www.prospecthousemuseum.org

150th Raid Event
Date: Saturday, July 26 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Maryland
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
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Reisterstown Heritage Days new event to commemorate 150th Raid on Baltimore County 200th Battle of Baltimore, 250th founding of Reisterstown Community Cemetery. Living history, skirmishes, demonstrations. All periods to WWII welcome. Reenactors free, $25 sutlers. Proceeds benefit cemetery restoration. For information, registration, 443-289-4447, rebsnyanks@yahoo.com

Friends of Gettysburg Adams Seminar
Date: Saturday, July 26
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Seminar
For more info: http://www.friendsofgettysburg.org
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Friends of Gettysburg Adams Seminar “When Yankees Attack: Rare Offensive Actions by the Union at Gettysburg” with Licensed Battlefield Guide Ralph Siegel. Half-day each lecture, tour. $95 nonmembers, registration deadline July 4. For information, www.friendsofgettysburg.org.

Loomis' Battery Long Range Invitational Artillery Match #24
Date: Saturday, July 26 -
Sunday, July 27
Location: Michigan
Event Category: Artillery Competition
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Loomis'Battery Long Range Invitational Artillery Match #24 at Range 35, Camp Grayling near Grayling. For information, Event Director Don Lutz, P.O. Box 610434, Port Huron, MI 48061

Appomattox Teacher'sFair at The Museum of the Confederacy-Appomattox
Date: Wednesday, July 30
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Teacher's Fair
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Appomattox Teacher’s Fair at The Museum of the Confederacy-Appomattox, 9-4. Rangers & staff from 10 parks & museums on hand to share information about their sites & how they can help teachers of all grades. Free for teachers. For information, Josie Butler, 434-352-5791 ext. 203, atjbutler@moc.org

Battle of the Crater at Petersburg National Battlefield
Date: Wednesday, July 30
Location: Virginia
Event Category: 150th Anniversary
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Battle of the Crater at Petersburg National Battlefield.
Commemorative program at time of explosion, keynote address mid-day, ranger tours morning & afternoon. For more information please call (804) 732-3531 x200.