Civil War Exhibit - Connecticut Artists

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Grant Radulavsky - who gave a presentation on the Civil War Regiments from Greenwich - has an exhibit at the Bush-Holley House in Cos Cob.  It's titled "Vocies of the Civil War" and  it explores the differences in opinion on the Civil War within the Greenwich community.  Some never before exhibited maps are being shown as well as a 26-minute DVD on the 10th Connecticut Regiment, a highly decorated Union Army group.

The "Life in a Union Camp" exhibit gives families an opportunity to experience how young soldiers lived day-to-day in a typical Union camp.  Ideal for families.

And don't forget the Greenwich Community Artists exhibit.  there are some great landscapes for your viewing.

The Civil war exhibits run through July 31, while the artist exhibit runs through August 24.

Call 203-869-6899 for more details (times, fees,etc.)



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