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  1. Jennifer A. Watts on "In the Usual Manner" (EXHIBITIONS | A Strange and Fearful Interest)


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    Curator Jennifer A. Watts discusses “In the Usual Manner,” a short film featuring contemporary artist Barret Oliver that was made in conjunction with her photography exhibition “A…

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    • Gaines' Mill - Overview


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      Historian Bobby Krick gives an overview of the Battle of Gaines' Mill - one of the major battles of the 1862 Seven Days Campaign in the American Civil War. www.civilwar.org/gainesmill2011

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      • Fredericksburg: The River Crossing


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        Historian and Fredericksburg Expert Frank O'Reilly describes the challenges that the Union army had in crossing the Rappahannock River during the Battle of Fredericksburg. This video is one…

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        • 2012 Civil War Trust Video


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          The Civil War Trust's 2012 Year End Video, highlighting many of the great accomplishments and events from the current year. Learn more about the Trust at www.civilwar.org.

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          • Kelly's Ford


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            Civil War historian Bud Hall describes the Battle of Kelly's Ford, the first major all-cavalry battle of the American Civil War. Learn more about the Battle of Kelly's Ford at: www.civilwar.org/kellysford

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            • Portrait Photography in the Civil War


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              Director of Education Garry Adelman and Frank Goodyear, Curator at the National Portrait Gallery discuss the major types of portrait photos found in the Civil War era and the advancement of photography…

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              • The Birth of Modern Battlefield Preservation


                from Civil War Trust Liked 263 1 0

                Renowned historian Gary Gallagher recounts the early days of the modern Civil War battlefield preservation movement. See how far we've come in a relatively short period of time.

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                • Civil War 150 exhibition tour


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                • James Welling: A Window On Wyeth


                  from Wadsworth Atheneum Liked 1,346 6 0

                  James Welling, a Los Angeles-based Hartford native, revisits Wyeth’s influence on his own development as an artist. James Welling: “Wyeth”, a companion exhibition to Andrew Wyeth:…

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                  • Franklin Transformed


                    from Civil War Trust Liked 448 1 0

                    Author and preservationist Robert Hicks talks about his and the town of Franklin's efforts to preserve and recover the Civil War history of the Franklin Battlefield.

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                    • Lost Cause Clip: Robert Lee Hodge & Jeff Shaara on the horrors of battle in the Civil War


                      from Lost Cause Film Liked 1,044 2 0

                      As Robert Lee Hodge (filmmaker, main character in Tony Horwitz's "Confederates in the Attic") struggles to reconcile the horrors of battle with a soldier's devotion to the Civil…

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                      • The Mission of the Civil War Trust


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                        Learn more about the threats facing our Civil War battlefields and the Civil War Trust's mission to save as much of this threatened heritage as we can. Join us! www.civilwar.org

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