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    Black Families in Civil War Philadelphia

    Augusta University Professor Holly Pinheiro talked about Black Civil War soldiers and their families in Philadelphia. He also spoke about his research in newspaper and pension records for…

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    Slavery Depictions in Cinema

    Hampden-Sydney College Professor Matthew Hulbert looked at depictions of slavery in Hollywood films ranging from Birth of a Nation and Gone with the Wind to Django Unchained and Free State of…

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    Civil War Manpower and Horsepower

    Historians discussed soldier recruitment, forced labor and the use of horses and mules during the Civil War. The Virginia Center for Civil War Studies hosted this program.

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    Confederate Boat Burners on the Mississippi

    Southern Utah University Professor Laura June Davis talked about Confederate boat burners and naval guerrilla action on the lower Mississippi River during the last years of the Civil War. She…

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    Choctaw Confederates

    During the Civil War, members of the Choctaws Nation held slaves and fought alongside Confederate forces. Author Fay Yarborough talked about Native populations, slavery, and the…

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    Civil War Resources - Clothing and Ammunition

    Civil War scholars talked about changes in technology during the Civil War including the mass production of uniforms, guns and ammunition. This event was hosted by the Virginia Center for…

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    Civil War News and Correspondence

    Historians addressed ways the American public coped with the Civil War - by seeking information, writing letters and sharing memories. This event was hosted by the Virginia Center for Civil…

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