Exhibits & Events Calendar

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Lincoln Assassination Exhibit
Date: Friday, February 13 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.newseum.org
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“President Lincoln Is Dead: The New York Herald Reports the Assassination” at the Newseum. First time since 1865 all seven Herald special editions from April 15, 1865, are shown. For information, www.newseum.org

Catholics Exhibit
Date: Sunday, March 01 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Connecticut
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.kofcmuseum.org/en
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Service & Charity in the Civil War: Answering the Call
at the Knights of Columbus Museum, New Haven. Exhibition featuring profiles of Catholic soldiers, chaplains, and religious (nurses) during the war. Free, open daily, 10-5. For information, 203-865-0400; www.kofcmuseum.org/en

General Albion Howe Exhibit
Date: Wednesday, April 01 -
Wednesday, September 30
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.gettysburgfoundation.org
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“A Faithful and Efficient General: The Military Service of General Albion Howe” first exhibit in new gallery featuring artifacts related to one person. Gettysburg Foundation exhibit at Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center’s Exhibit Spotlight gallery. For information, 877-874-2478; www.gettysburgfoundation.org

Childhood Exhibit
Date: Friday, May 29 -
Monday, September 07
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.manassascity.org
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“Partisans Among Playmates: American Childhood and the Civil War” at Manassas Museum, Manassas. How children actively participated in the war & social upheaval that followed. For information, 703-368-1873; www.manassascity.org

New York & U.S. Navy
Date: Monday, June 01 -
Monday, September 07
Location: New York
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.glennhcurtissmuseum.org
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"New York State and the U. S. Navy 1861-1865" exhibit of Civil War naval personal equipment, firearms, uniforms telling of New York State's role in creating U.S. Navy. At Glenn H. Curtiss Museum, Hammondsport. For information, www.glennhcurtissmuseum.org

Evening "Walks Through History" in Gettysburg
Date: Tuesday, September 01
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.gettysburgtourguides.org
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“Walks Through History” in Gettysburg, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Various specific topics. $30 per session, buy 6 get seventh free — series runs into September. Sponsored by Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides. For information, www.gettysburgtourguides.org

13th Annual Civil War Days Reenactment & Living History in Lamoni
Date: Friday, September 04 -
Sunday, September 06
Location: Iowa
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.civilwardays.org
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13th Annual Civil War Days Reenactment & Living History in Lamoni on Iowa-Missouri border. Two large lakeside battles, Friday night campaigner event, civilian living history, tradespeople. For information, Doug Jones, doug@hdhunt.com; www.civilwardays.org

Program at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine
Date: Friday, September 04
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Program
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"A Night at the Museum -- Peleg Bradford -- One Man's Story" at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick. For information, Kyle Wichtendahl, 301-695-1864 Ext. 1013, kyle.wichtendahl@civilwarmed.org

Virginia City Civil War Days
Date: Friday, September 04 -
Monday, September 07
Location: Nevada
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.ccwr.us
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Virginia City Civil War Days. Friday School Day. Train battles with cannon fired from the train, street battle, high tea & ball. Hosted by Comstock Civil War Reenactors. For information, ccwr.us

Petersburg Tours
Date: Saturday, September 05
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
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“Petersburg’s Patients and Prisoners Part 2” two-hour driving tours to sites associated with Petersburg’s Civil War hospitals & prisoner of war sites, 10:30 a.m. & 2:30 p.m. Limited to eight vehicles, reservations required.For information, 804-732-3531 Ext. 222, Emmanuel_Dabney@nps.gov

40th Annual Civil War Reenactment at Museum Village
Date: Saturday, September 05 -
Sunday, September 06
Location: New York
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.museumvillage.org
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40th Annual Civil War Reenactment at Museum Village, Monroe, Saturday 10-5, Sunday 10-4. Battles, living history, Harriet Tubman & the Lincolns, presentations, Saturday dance, Sunday church service. $5 preregistration fee ($10 walk-on) includes 2 Saturday meals & dance, Sunday breakfast. Spectator adults $15, seniors $12, children $10, under 4 free. For information, 845-782-8248, info@museumvillage.org; www.museumvillage.org. Reenactors: Michael Sosler, msosler@museumvillage.org

Ball & Cruise
Date: Saturday, September 05 -
Sunday, September 06
Location: Kentucky
Event Category: Balls/Dances
For more info: http://www.grandcivilianevents.com
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"The Prince's Ball & Steamboat Cruise" Louisville. Saturday recreation of 1860 N.Y. ball honoring HRH The Prince of Wales with dessert buffet at Grand Ballroom, Henry Clay hotel. Sunday Belle of Louisville cruise, brunch. Ball $65, cruise $38, limited to 150 guests. For information, reservations, Karen Duffy, 636-775-3330; www.GrandCivilianEvents.com

Lecture by Garry Adelman
Date: Saturday, September 05
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org
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"1865 and Beyond: The people, places and events that created the legacy of the Civil War" lecture by Garry Adelman at The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, 1 p.m. Included with admission. For information, 717-260-1861; www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org

Talk by George Wunderlich
Date: Saturday, September 05
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Talk
For more info: http://www.civilwarmed.org
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"Civil War Ballistics: A Dirty War" free George Wunderlich talk at National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, 2:30 p.m. For information, www.civilwarmed.org

Union Artillery demonstrations
Date: Sunday, September 06 -
Monday, September 07
Location: Georgia
Event Category: Artillery
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/kemo
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Union Artillery demonstrations at Visitor Center front field, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield, Marietta, 11 a.m., 12, 2 & 3. Free, subject to weather. For information, 770-427-4686 Ext. 0, KEMO_interpretation@nps.gov; www.nps.gov/kemo

Evening "Walks Through History" in Gettysburg
Date: Tuesday, September 08
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.gettysburgtourguides.org
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“Walks Through History” in Gettysburg, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Various specific topics. $30 per session, buy 6 get seventh free — series runs into September. Sponsored by Association of Licensed Battlefield Guides. For information, www.gettysburgtourguides.org

Lunch Lecture
Date: Wednesday, September 09
Location: North Carolina
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.NewBernHitorical.org
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"Women on the Home Front during the Civil War" talk by LeRae Umfleet at New Bern Historical Society Lunch & Learn at The Chelsea Restaurant. Advance tickets required. For information, reservations, 252-638-8558; www.NewBernHitorical.org

"Waynesboro at War" commemorating the September 1864, March 1865 Battles of Waynesboro
Date: Friday, September 11 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.waynesboroatwar.webs.com
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“Waynesboro at War” commemorating the September 1864, March 1865 Battles of Waynesboro at Coyner Springs Park, Waynesboro. Friday school day. Battles with prominent cavalry both days at 2 p.m. Saturday dance, Sunday church service, Virginia Civil War 150 HistoryMobile. $10 over age 12. Deadline Aug. 1. $100 bounty first 4 artillery & first 4 cavalry units with 12 mounted registered & present. Proceeds toward installing interpretation center. For information, www.waynesboroatwar.webs.com

9th Annual Living History Weekend at Lairdland Farm House
Date: Friday, September 11 -
Saturday, September 12
Location: Tennessee
Event Category: Living History
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9th Annual Living History Weekend at Lairdland Farm House, Cornersville. Living history, demonstrations, music, dancing. Adults $5, students $2, under 8 free. Hosted by 19th Alabama Civilian Corps. For information, 931-363-2205, info@lairdlandfarmhouse.com

Battle of Middle Creek reenactment on original battlefield
Date: Friday, September 11 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: Kentucky
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.friendsofmiddlecreek.org
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Battle of Middle Creek reenactment on original battlefield in Prestonsburg. Battles both days, ladies’ tea, cannon & infantry bounties, Saturday & Sunday reenactor breakfasts, Saturday supper & dance. Hosted by Friends of Middle Creek. For information, registration, adjutant@friendsofmiddlecreek.org; www.friendsofmiddlecreek.org 

Civil War Weekend at Historic Cold Spring Village living history museum
Date: Friday, September 11 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: New Jersey
Event Category: Reenactment
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Civil War Weekend at Historic Cold Spring Village living history museum, Cape May. Friday morning school program. Living history, medical scenarios, 2 p.m. village battles both days. Registration $5 by April 1, $7 after, sutlers $50. Deadline Aug. 31, no walk-ons. For information, Jim Stephens, 609-898-2300 Ext. 17, jstephens@hcsv.org

Lecture by Deacon George Wunderlich
Date: Friday, September 11
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.civilwarmed.org
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"Religion and Remembering" Letterman lecture by Deacon George Wunderlich at Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office, 4 p.m. For information, Letterman@civilwarmed.org, www.civilwarmed.org

Letterman Lecture Series
Date: Friday, September 11
Location: District of Columbia
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.civilwarmed.org
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“Religion and Remembering” Letterman Lecture Series 4 p.m. talk by Deacon George Wunderlich at Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office, 7th street NW. Sponsored by National Museum of Civil War Medicine. For information, 301-695-1864 ext. 1009, Letterman@civilwarmed.org; www.civilwarmed.org

136th N.Y. Reunio
Date: Saturday, September 12
Location: New York
Event Category: Miscellaneous
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12th Annual 136th New York Infantry Descendants’ Reunion at Hunt G.A.R. Hall, Hunt, 9-4. Tom Cook talk on history of the area. For information, Rob DuBois, 585-519-6865 after 5 p.m., ff19afd@yahoo.com

Battle of Bost Grist Mill on mill site
Date: Saturday, September 12 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: North Carolina
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.battleofbost.org
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CANCELLED. Battle of Bost Grist Mill on mill site, Concord. For information, Doug Wright, 704-792-2341, dbwright15@carolina.rr.com; www.battleofbost.org

Cadet Conference
Date: Saturday, September 12 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Conference
For more info: http://www.civilwar.org/generations
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Civil War Trust Generations Cadet Conference at Pamplin Historical Park, Petersburg, Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday. Ages 8-18 plus an adult free. Registration required. For information, www.civilwar.org/generations

Camp Nelson Civil War Days at Camp Nelson
Date: Saturday, September 12 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: Kentucky
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.campnelson.org
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Camp Nelson Civil War Days at Camp Nelson, Nicholasville. Well-preserved Union Army Supply Depot and recruitment site. Reenactors wanted. Military & civilian life, skirmish, living historians on camp’s impact on war & African-American history. For information, 859-881-5716; www.campnelson.org

Civil War 150th Lecture Series about USS Monitor
Date: Saturday, September 12 -
Friday, September 11
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.MarinersMuseum.org
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Civil War 150th Lecture Series about USS Monitor , its conservation at The Mariners’ Museum’s Explorers Theater, Newport News, 1 p.m. Free with museum admission. Monday-Saturday, 9- 5, Sundays 11-5. For information, 757-596-2222; MarinersMuseum.org

Civil War Living History at Fort Nonsense Historical Park
Date: Saturday, September 12
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.mathewscountyhistoricalsociety.org
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Civil War Living History at Fort Nonsense Historical Park, Mathews County, 9-5. Sponsored by Mathews County Historical Society. For information, Michael J. Lair, 804-824-5257; www.

Lecture at The National Civil War Museum
Date: Saturday, September 12
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org
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"The 13th Amendment--the Second Step of the Ongoing Journey to Full Citizenship" lecture by Carl Westmoreland at The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, 1 p.m. Included with admission. For information, 717-260-1861; www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org

Program at Monocacy National Battlefield
Date: Saturday, September 12 -
Sunday, September 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Program
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/mono
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“The 27th Indiana and Lee’s Lost Orders” at Monocacy National Battlefield, Frederick. Living history, programs, firing demonstrations, exhibit. Registration begins Aug. 12 for Thomas House program. For information, 301-662-3515; www.nps.gov/mono

Radio Play
Date: Saturday, September 12
Location: New York
Event Category: Play
For more info: http://www.grantcottage.org
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“Your Are There" April 9, 1865 --Lee & Grant at Appomattox live radio play at U.S. Grant Cottage Historic Site Visitors Center, Wilton, 3 & 7 p.m. Actors, musicians, multi-media, sound effects. $15, reservations encouraged, limited seating. For information, tickets, 518-584-4353; www.grantcottage.org

Talk by Will Hoffman
Date: Saturday, September 12
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Talk
For more info: http://www.MarinersMuseum.org
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"Why Is It Going to Take So Long to Get the Turret on Display?" at The Mariners' Museum & Park, Newport News, 2:30 p.m. By Will Hoffman, senior conservator of the USS Monitor Center. Free with museum admission. For information, 757-596-2222; MarinersMuseum.org

Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall
Date: Sunday, September 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com
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Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall, Bel Air. Tour of home of John Wilkes Booth. $5 age 13 & older. For information, 443-619-0008, SpiritOfTudorHall@gmail.com; spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com

House Tour
Date: Sunday, September 13
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com
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"Edwin and John Wilkes Booth: A House Divided" talk by Dave Taylor at Booth family home Historic Tudor Hall, Bel Air, 1 p.m. House & grounds tour 2 p.m. Tour $5 age 13 & older. For information, 443-619-0008, SpiritOfTudorHall@gmail.com; spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com

Turning Point Exhibit
Date: Monday, September 14
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Exhibit
For more info: http://www.moc.org
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“An American Turning Point” at American Civil War Museum’s Museum of the Confederacy-Appomattox. Final showing of Virginia Sesquicentennial Commission exhibition featuring artifacts from many collections and audiovisual programs. Open daily 10-5. For information, (434) 352-5791; www.moc.org

"Lincoln in Richmond: A Water and Walking Tour" with Bert Dunkerly & Mike Gorman
Date: Thursday, September 17 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.blueandgrayeducation.org
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“Lincoln in Richmond: A Water and Walking Tour” with Bert Dunkerly & Mike Gorman from Richmond. Fee. Blue & Gray Education Society. For information, 434-250-9921, blueandgrayeducation@yahoo.com; www.blueandgrayeducation.org

153rd Battle of Antietam anniversary
Date: Thursday, September 17
Location: Maryland
Event Category: 153rd Anniversary
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/anti/
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153rd Battle of Antietam anniversary at Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg. Sunrise in the Cornfield program at 7 a.m., all-day hike of battlefield at 9:30 starting at the Visitor Center. For information, 301-432-5124; www.nps.gov/anti/

Memorial Illumination at Andersonville National Historic Site
Date: Friday, September 18 -
Saturday, September 19
Location: Georgia
Event Category: Illumination
For more info: http://go.nps.gov/cwprisons or facebook
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Memorial Illumination at Andersonville National Historic Site. Nearly 13,000 candle luminaries on the prison site. For information, http://go.nps.gov/cwprisons or facebook

Seminary Ridge Luminary at Seminary Ridge Museum
Date: Friday, September 18 -
Saturday, September 19
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.seminaryridgemuseum.org
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Seminary Ridge Luminary at Seminary Ridge Museum, Gettysburg. Lectures, period music, outdoor programs, evening luminary. For information, 717-339-1300, www.seminaryridgemuseum.org

Third Winchester 151st
Date: Friday, September 18 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Virginia
Event Category: 151st Anniversary
For more info: http://www.ShenandoahAtWar.org
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Third Winchester 151st Anniversary programs at sites throughout Winchester, Frederick County & Clarke County. See Sept. 19 listing for official park opening info. Tours, ranger programs, living history, kids camp, demonstrations, book signing with Col. Ralph Peters, more. Sponsored by the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District. For information, 540-740-4545; www.ShenandoahAtWar.org

Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/anti/
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Battle Anniversary Weekend at Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg. Ranger-guided tours & hikes, living history, artillery & infantry firing demonstrations. For information, 301-432-5124; www.nps.gov/anti/

Antique Gun Show
Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: North Carolina
Event Category: Shows
For more info: http://www.TheCarolinaTrader.com
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Old North State Antique Gun & Military Show at North Carolina State Fairgrounds, Raleigh. Saturday 9-5, Sunday 10-4:30. Admission $7, ages 7-12 $1. For information, Carolina Trader Promotions, 704-282-1339; www.TheCarolinaTrader.com

150th Anniversary of the Battle of Sailor's Creek reenactment
Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Ohio
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.zoarcivilwar.com
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150th Anniversary of the Battle of Sailor’s Creek reenactment in Zoar. Friday school day. Battles both days & tactical, Saturday night fire, period wedding, Saturday ball. $10 preregistration, $15 after Aug. 16, $20 walk-on. All proceeds benefit historic restoration in Zoar. Sponsored by Zoar Community Association. Hosted by 51st Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Co. B. For information, 800-262-6195; www.zoarcivilwar.com

153rd Battle of Antietam anniversary living history program
Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.civilwarmed.org
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153rd Battle of Antietam anniversary living history program at the Pry House Field Hospital Museum, Keedysville, 10-5. Suggested donation $5. For information, www.civilwarmed.org.

15th Annual Train Event
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Miscellaneous
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15th Annual “Civil War Remembered” train event, Middletown & Hummelstown Railroad, Middletown. Encampment, living history scenarios, skirmishes. Train rides Saturday 11 & 2:30, Sunday 11 a.m. Reenactors & civilians invited, no fee. Spectator fee for train. For information, Frankie Wiseman, 717-944-4435 Ext. 101, traingal@mhrailroad.com

Anniversary Tour
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: West Virginia
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www..battleofshepherdstown.org
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153rd Battle of Shepherdstown anniversary tour of 1862 battle site, 2 p.m. Hike through Cement Mill property and battlefield, optional wading Potomac River at Boteler's Ford, military drill demonstrations & barbeque (fee). Hosted by Shepherdstown Battlefield Preservation Association Inc. For info, tickets & directions, www.battleofshepherdstown.org.

Cemetery Tour
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Illinois
Event Category: Tours
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Dedication of grave markers for three Illinois infantry veterans at Oak Hill Cemetery in Downers Grove, 1 p.m. Speakers, rifle and cannon salutes. Hosted by Philip H. Sheridan Camp 2, SUVCW & Oak Hill/Oak Crest Cemeteries Foundation. For information, foxvalleycivwar@live.com

Civil War Show
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Illinois
Event Category: Shows
For more info: http://www.zurkopromotions.com
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Civil War & Military Collector’s Extravaganza at DuPage County Fairgrounds, Wheaton, 9-4. For information, Robert Zurko, 715-526-9769; www.zurkopromotions.com

Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation reenactment
Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Reenactment
For more info: http://www.colonialplantation.org/CivilWar.htm
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Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation reenactment at Ridley Creek State Park, Media, Saturday 11-5, Sunday 11-3. Reenactor registration $7 by Sept. 5, $8 afterwards. Public admission $12 adults, $8 children (4-12). All proceeds benefit plantation preservation. For information, registration, wrodman1@aol.com; www.colonialplantation.org/CivilWar.htm

Funeral Ceremony at Andersonville National Cemetery
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Georgia
Event Category: Ceremony
For more info: http://go.nps.gov/cwprisons or facebook
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Funeral ceremony to remember nearly 13,000 who died at Andersonville prison at Andersonville National Cemetery. Service will be the funeral they never had. For information, http://go.nps.gov/cwprisons or facebook

Grand opening of Third Winchester Battlefield Park
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.ShenandoahAtWar.org
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Grand opening of Third Winchester Battlefield Park, Winchester. Battlefield driving & walking tours, ranger programs, living history, artillery & battle demonstrations, Star Fort programs. Sponsored by Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District. For information, 540-740-4545; www.ShenandoahAtWar.org

Lecture by Dr. Brian Mathew Jordan
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org
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"The War Over the Peace" lecture by Dr. Brian Mathew Jordan at The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, 1 p.m. Included with admission. For information, 717-260-1861; www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org

Panel Discussion
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: California
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.TheAutry.org
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"Invisible Injuries: Civil War Veterans and the Legacies of Violence” panel at Autry National Center of the American West, Los Angeles, 2 p.m. On 19th-century concept of “Soldier’s Heart,” connections with today’s combatants. For information, 323-495-4336; www.TheAutry.org

School of Soldier
Date: Saturday, September 19 -
Sunday, September 20
Location: North Carolina
Event Category: Miscellaneous
For more info: http://www.bennettplacehistoricsite.com
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School of the Soldier at Bennett Place State Historic Site, Durham, Saturday 10-4, Sunday 10-3. Basic training with 6th & 26th North Carolina, camp & army life, civilians. Free, donations appreciated. For information, Bennett@ncdcr.gov; www.bennettplacehistoricsite.com

Voices of the Confederacy Living History Encampment
Date: Saturday, September 19
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Living History
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Voices of the Confederacy Living History Encampment at Federal Pointe Inn, Gettysburg, 9-3. Living history, discussions, handouts, music, antiques & artifacts, child activities. For information, ckinan@aol.com; facebook at Voices of the Confederacy.

"A Visit with Abraham Lincoln" program
Date: Thursday, September 24
Location: New Hampshire
Event Category: Program
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"A Visit with Abraham Lincoln" with Steve Wood at Greenfield Town Meetinghouse, Greenfield, 7 p.m. Free, supported by N.H. Humanities Council. For information, 603-547-2790

Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours program from Chambersburg
Date: Thursday, September 24 -
Sunday, September 27
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Seminar
For more info: http://www.CivilWarSeminars.org
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“Lincoln” with Ed Bearss and others, a Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours program from Chambersburg. Bus tours of Gettysburg & John Wilkes Booth Escape route, sessions with Lincoln historians. For information. 717-264-7101; www.CivilWarSeminars.org

5th Annual Sherman House Museum Civil War Symposium
Date: Friday, September 25 -
Saturday, September 26
Location: Ohio
Event Category: Symposium
For more info: http://www.fairfieldheritage.org
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5th Annual Sherman House Museum Civil War Symposium in Lancaster. Speakers include Robert L. O'Connell, Lesley Gordon, Glenna Schroeder-Lein, E. Chris Evans, Frank Bullock. $110 by Sept. 4, includes meals, book signings & museum tours; $125 after Sept. 4. Friday dinner only $40, Saturday $90. Sponsored by the Fairfield Heritage Association. For information, registration, 740-654-9923; www.fairfieldheritage.org

Living history encampment at Wooton Park
Date: Friday, September 25 -
Sunday, September 27
Location: Florida
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.riflesrailsandhistory.com
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“Rifles, Rails & History: Steam Back to the North and South” living history encampment at Wooton Park, Tavares. Orange Blossom Cannonball train from movies throughout weekend. Parade, artillery & cavalry demonstrations, drills, presentations, exhibits, tea, formal ball. For information, 352-343-9326; www.riflesrailsandhistory.com

"The Forgotten Fourteen" program
Date: Saturday, September 26
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Program
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“The Forgotten Fourteen” program at Eastern Front Visitor Center, Petersburg National Battlefield, 10 & 2. Program about the men who received 14 of the war’s 16 Medals of Honor awarded to black soldiers, earned during the siege at the Battle of New Market Heights. For information, 804-732-3531 Ext. 223, Robert_Webster@nps.gov

11th Annual Historic Soldiers Weekend at Fort Mott coastal artillery fort in Pennsville
Date: Saturday, September 26 -
Sunday, September 27
Location: New Jersey
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.soldiersweekend.com
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11th Annual Historic Soldiers Weekend at Fort Mott coastal artillery fort in Pennsville. French & Indian War through Vietnam including Civil War. Living history, speakers, authors, vehicles. Free admission. For information, www.soldiersweekend.com

Heritage Day
Date: Saturday, September 26
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.visitfauquier.com
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Warrenton-Fauquier Heritage Day in Warrenton, 11-4. Historian promenade, living history, speakers, town tours, programs. Free. For information, Paula, 540-341-7019, pauladrdr@aol.com; www.visitfauquier.com

Lecture by Kevin M. Levin
Date: Saturday, September 26
Location: Pennsylvania
Event Category: Lecture
For more info: http://www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org
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"Black Confederates Out of the Attic and Into the Mainstream" lecture by Kevin M. Levin at The National Civil War Museum, Harrisburg, 1 p.m. Included with admission. For information, 717-260-1861; www.NationalCivilWarMuseum.org

Living History Weekend at Antietam National Battlefield
Date: Saturday, September 26 -
Sunday, September 27
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Living History
For more info: http://www.nps.gov/anti/
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Aftermath of Battle Weekend at Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg. Living history demonstrations on role of U.S. Sanitary Commission. For information, 301-432-5124; www.nps.gov/anti/

Maryland Show
Date: Saturday, September 26 -
Sunday, September 27
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Shows
For more info: http://www.MarylandShow.com
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Maryland Antique Arms Show at Timonium Fairgrounds Cow Palace, Lutherville-Timonium, Saturday 9-5, Sunday 9-3. $10. Hosted by North South Trader’s Civil War magazine. For information, Steve Sylvia, 540-672-4845, www.MarylandShow.com

Potomac River Blockade Boat Tour
Date: Saturday, September 26
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Tours
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Potomac River Blockade Boat Tour from Leesylvania State Park, Woodbridge, 10-1. Includes preserved batteries at Freestone Point & Possum Nose, Evansport & Shipping Point. $40 includes lunch, by reservation. For information, reservations, 703-792-4754

Seminar & Tour
Date: Saturday, September 26 -
Thursday, September 26
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Seminar
For more info: http://www.lfccworkforce.com
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"'We Learned that We are Indivisible’: Winchester & Postwar Reconciliation in the Shenandoah Valley,” Lord Fairfax Community College’s Center for Civil War History Fall Seminar & Tour from Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, with Prof. Jonathan A. Noyalas. $20, lunch on own. For information, jnoyalas@1fcc.edu. Registration: LFCC Office of Continuing Education, 540-868-7021; www.lfccworkforce.com

Warrenton-Fauquier Heritage Day in Warrenton
Date: Saturday, September 26
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Miscellaneous
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Warrenton-Fauquier Heritage Day in Warrenton, 10-3. Historical theater, town tours, lectures, displays, period music & entertainment. For information, Paula Johnson, 540-341-7019

Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall
Date: Sunday, September 27
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com
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Guided Tour of the Historic Tudor Hall, Bel Air. Tour of home of John Wilkes Booth. $5 age 13 & older. For information, 443-619-0008, SpiritOfTudorHall@gmail.com; spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com

House Tours at Historic Tudor Hall
Date: Sunday, September 27 -
Friday, September 27
Location: Maryland
Event Category: Tours
For more info: http://www.spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com
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House & grounds tours of Booth family home Historic Tudor Hall, Bel Air, 1 & 2 p.m. $5 age 13 & older. For information, 443-619-0008, SpiritOfTudorHall@gmail.com; spiritsoftudorhall.blogspot.com

Speaker Program
Date: Sunday, September 27
Location: Virginia
Event Category: Talk
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"Mathew Brady's Portraits of a Nation" 2 p.m. program with Brady biographer Robert Wilson at Historic Blenheim & Civil War Interpretive Center, Fairfax. For information, 703-591-0560