PA Civil War 150
Pennsylvania Civil War 150 (PACW 150) is the official statewide program commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, 2011-2015.
Arthur Macarthur was a brave teenaged officer in the Civil War. He won the Medal of Honor at 18, and was a Lt. Col by the age of 19. Years later his son, Douglas MacArthur, would also win the Medal of Honor - making them one of only two Father-Son recipients of the Medal of Honor.
The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg is presenting a display of Team USA gymnastics leotards made by Reading-based GK Elite Sportswear for the 2012 Summer #Olympics in London. The Pennsylvania-made Olympic apparel will be on display in the museum’s ground floor lobby through Sunday, Sept. 9, which coincides with Harrisburg’s popular Gallery Walk event. Don't miss this!
As part of the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War and in partnership with the statewide Pennsylvania Civil War 150 efforts, the Senator John Heinz History Center has developed a new traveling exhibit, The Civil War in Pennsylvania, which is presented by Peoples Natural Gas. pacivilwar150.com...
The Pennsylvania Civil War 150 Road Show is a traveling exhibition housed in an expandable 53-foot tractor-trailer created for Pennsylvania residents and visitors of all ages. It will travel throughout the Commonwealth bringing its interactive exhibits to each host location. Visitors will also experience related programs and performances under a Civil War-era tent. Full schedule: a.pgtb.me/cSxG
“The Civil War in Missouri: A Military History,” a narrative of the clashes between conventional Union and Confederate armies in Missouri. Gerteis notes that the Federal Civil War Sites Advisory Commission placed 45 battles at the highest level of significance. Three of them are in Missouri.