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St. Paul's Church and the Civil War

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Add to Calendar 09-02-2013 09-02-2013 15 St. Paul's Church and the Civil War Opening of new exhibition, "St. Paul's & the Civil War," and a recognition of President's Day & Black History Month. The exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of the great national conflict, including a talk about the role of religion in the Civil War by Professor Robert T. Valentine of Lehman College. There will be talks and re-enactments commemorating President's Day and February as Black History Month, including appearances by Presidents Washington, Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, and underground railroad icon, Harriet Tubman. Many activities are suitable for children. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2014neweventinfo.cfm?id=126231 St. Paul's Church National Historic Site true DD/MM/YYYY
February 09, 2013
12-4pm
St. Paul's Church National Historic Site
Mt. Vernon
All Ages
Free FREE

Description: Opening of new exhibition, "St. Paul's & the Civil War," and a recognition of President's Day & Black History Month. The exhibition commemorates the 150th anniversary of the great national conflict, including a talk about the role of religion in the Civil War by Professor Robert T. Valentine of Lehman College. There will be talks and re-enactments commemorating President's Day and February as Black History Month, including appearances by Presidents Washington, Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt, and underground railroad icon, Harriet Tubman. Many activities are suitable for children.

Address: 897 S. Columbus Ave.
Mt. Vernon, NY 10550
Phone: 914-667-4116
Website: nps.gov/sapa

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