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"Breechloaders & Greencoats" by Dale Gallon Submitted by Kenny Rowlette
Friday, September 6, 2013
Liberty University will present its 17th-annual Civil War Seminar, “1863—The Conflagration Continues,” Sept. 13-15 at the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center on the main campus in Lynchburg.
There will be nationally renowned speakers, numerous exhibits of Civil War artifacts and memorabilia and vendors with Civil War items for sale. Special tours of the National Civil War Chaplains Museum on Liberty’s campus will be conducted in the afternoon each day.
A special banquet will be held Friday night; admission is $25. The cost for Saturday’s lectures is $25 per person or $35 for per family. A silent auction will be held at the banquet to raise funds for the National Civil War Chaplains Museum’s purchase of the only known surviving U.S. Christian Commission flag.
For more information, visitwww.liberty.edu/civilwar or call 434-592-4366.
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