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Civil War Weekend

Hart County Civil War Days
Sept. 9, 2011 - Sept. 11, 2011


Events include battle reenactments, living history camps, guided tours, ceremonies, games, historical presentations, food, music, booths, period dancing, period church service, and more.
Location: Munfordville/Hart County
For more information call 270-524-4752 .

Camp Nelson Living History Weekend
Sept 9, 2011 - Sep 11, 2011

Camp Nelson Civil War Days is a living history event showcasing the nationally-significant Union Army supply depot, enlistment/training camp, hospital facility and African American refugee camp. Reenactors from several states will assist in educating the public about Camp Nelson's role in the Civil War. Event includes period music, demonstrations, workshops, skirmish reenactment, tours, and more. Camp Nelson is located on US 27, six miles south of Nicholasville.
Location: Camp Nelson, Jessamine County
For more information contact Mary Kozak via email MaryKoz@aol.com.
Runs through Sep 11, 2011



"Creating a Confederate Kentucky"
Sept. 9, 2011
6:00pm

Historian Anne E. Marshall will speak about her book, “Creating A Confederate Kentucky: The Lost Cause and Civil War Memory in a Border State.” Free. Reservations are suggested.
Location: The Filson Historical Society - Louisville
For more information call 502-635-5083.



Public Archaeology Dig and 150th Commemoration of Battery Hooper
Sept. 10, 2011 - Sept. 11, 2011

Participate in the archaeological dig at Battery Hooper to commemorate the 150th anniversary of its construction by the Union army near the beginning of the Civil War. Registration is free but required to participate in the dig. Three digging shifts each day: 9-11, 11:30-1:30 or 2-4pm. Please send an email to jamesramagecivilwarmuseum@gmail.com for more information or to register. Other activities that weekend will include presentations and displays. Admission to museum and activities is free, no reservation required except if you want to dig.
Location: James A. Ramage Civil War Museum
For more information email jamesramagecivilwarmuseum@gmail.com.


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