Friday, March 22, 2013

"Civil War Voices"

From the March 17, 2013, Goldsboro, NC, News-Argus "Show to feature Civil War "voices."

1860s characters will be materializing from old books and letters at Wayne Community College on March 21, 22 and 24 at Moffatt Auditorium  There is also a musical aspect to the show with period songs..  Narration will be done by Geoff Hulse, who finds the documents in the attic of an old plantation house.

Other characters are a Texas couple separated by the war, a former slave and seamstress for Mary Todd Lincoln, the Lincolns themselves, Joshua Chamberlain (hero at Gettysburg), abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe (who wrote the "Uncle Tom's Cabin") and  Frederick Douglas.

Should Be Interesting.  --Old Secesh

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