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Because of its strategic location, Fort Scott became a major base of Union operations during the Civil War. Enjoy a weekend of Civil War history as the Union Army reoccupies... details>>
The Jesse James Farm and Museum is hosting A State Divided: The Civil War in Missouri, a traveling exhibit created through a partnership between the Missouri History Museum... details>>
Gender Identity, Female Soldiers, and “Lady Bushwhackers” in the Civil War
During the American Civil War, hundreds of women cut their hair, bound their breasts, donned men’s... details>>
Students from the University of Kansas School of Music will perform a classical repertoire, alternated with songs from the Civil War era. This is also the 2015 fundraising... details>>
Learn about the lives of both Confederate and Union Soldiers during the Civil War. The Missouri Humanities Council will provide each student with a copy of Dadblammed Union... details>>
Enjoy a structured hands on spring program with other home school families. Activities may include animal draft power, plowing, and planting spring wheat. Advance registration is required and opens Monday, January14. The last day to register is Thursday, March 21. Payment is due the day of the event.
Choose either 10:00AM-12:00 or 1:00-3:00PM.
$5/student ages 5 and up. Accompanying adults are free.
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