Civil War 150th Anniversary Exhibit
Written by Jimmie Epling   

Civil War 150th Anniversary Display at the Hartsville Branch

The Darlington County Library System's Hartsville Branch is hosting a Civil War 150th Anniversary exhibit April 14th through May 18th. The exhibit features relics from the war, images of people who lived during that time, and original documents from local units are on loan from the Darlington County Historical Commission. The exhibit is part of a joint series of exhibits and programs with Coker College. The exhibits and programs are made possible by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Library of America, and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History.

The exhibit rans from April 14th May 18th 

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A display of artillery ammunition. The Pee Dee Light Artillery and the Charles Light Artillery are featured. Men from Darlington County served in both units. 

CW 150 2 

Recreations of the flags carried by the 91st Ohio Infantry, US and 8th South Carolina Infantry, CS. Both fought fought on the same Virginia battlefields in 1864, Berryville and Cedar Creek, VA. — at DCLA's Hartsville Branch, Hartsville, SC.

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Documents related to the 8th South Carolina Infantry and the 26th South Carolina Infantry are on display courtesy of the Darlington County Historical Commission. Men from Darlington County served in the 8th and 26th. Images of those who lived during the Civil War era are on display. — at DCLA's Hartsville Branch, Hartsville, SC. 

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Documents related to the 8th South Carolina Infantry and the 26th South Carolina Infantry are on display courtesy of the Darlington County Historical Commission. Men from Darlington County served in the 8th and 26th. Images of those who lived during the Civil War era are on display. — at DCLA's Hartsville Branch, Hartsville, SC. 

CW 150 5 

A display of artillery ammunition. The Pee Dee Light Artillery and the Charles Light Artillery are featured. Men from Darlington County served in both units. Images of those who lived during the Civil War era are on display. — at DCLA's Hartsville Branch, Hartsville, SC.  

 

Last Updated ( Saturday, 17 May 2014 )