My final Civil War talk in the series I am doing for Franklin Township’s bicentennial will be on Tuesday June 12 at 7 p.m. in the 130-year-old Felicity United Methodist Church (address on flyer attached). I will wear period style attire and there are Power Points. There will be live music before I present. I think that afterward they will serve Mary Lincoln’s special cake recipe that was Abe’s favorite, a white almond cake.
This may be my most compelling talk. It is Broken Country, Broken Families, Broken Hearts: Divided Families of the Civil War. I have no idea when I might be presenting it again (certainly not this year). Be sure to read the descriptions attached. Bring along friends if you are able to come! If you think it is appropriate, please share this with your group.
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