[This announcement is cross-posted from the History for All the People Blog]
The State Archives Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee presents a lecture given by Bill Brown of the State Archives of North Carolina. The presentation will focus on the care and treatment of prisoners of war in both Union and Confederate prison camps.
When: February 10, 2014, 12 Noon – 1 Pm
Where: Auditorium of the Archives and Library Building, 109 East Jones Street, Raleigh, N.C.
Other 2nd Mondays Civil War lectures for 2014 include:
- May 12, 2014: Peace Movement and William W. Holden – Chris Meekins, State Archives – A survey of the peace movement in North Carolina during the American Civil War, and the involvement of William Woods Holden in the growth of the movement.
- August 11, 2014: Blockade Runners – Andrew Duppstadt, State Historic Sites – An introduction to the development and use of blockade runners by the Confederate government and civilian companies to deliver material through the Union Naval blockade to Southern ports.
- November 10, 2014: Rose Greenhow, Part II – Debbi Blake, State Archives – The second half of the lecture titled “A Thorn in the Union’s Side: Rose O’Neal Greenhow” will be given as a conclusion to the earlier presentation given on November 9, 2011. This lecture will follow Greenhow from her imprisonment to Europe, and her death while attempting to re-enter the Confederacy.