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Lucile Bluford played a key role in the elimination of the country's "separate but equal" doctrine. Though losing a legal battle for admission to MU's graduate program in... details>>
Learn how to preserve and document military artifacts that veterans carried home, including uniforms, medals, letters, and photographs. Sponsored by the Friends of Fort Scott... details>>
Lee Ward, owner of the museum Funeral History in Independence, will discuss how pre-Civil War attitudes and history of enslaved blacks has influenced the black funeral. We... details>>
Come witness history first hand with these incredible collections of military artifacts. Kansas City Military Collectors Club is sponsoring the Annual Military Collectors... details>>
The Friends of the Anderson House and Elliott's Scouts living history groups will re-enact the charge of Union troops up the stairs in the Anderson House to secure it and take southern soldiers prisoner during the Battle of Lexington 1861. The activity will take place every 45 minutes and is free with donations gladly accepted.
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