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  • East Main and South Market Streets, In Concrete Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
    Mechanicsburg was the northernmost town to surrender formally to the Confederacy or face bombardment.
  • National Civil War Museum Harrisburg, PA 17103
    717-260-1861
    Admission to the wine & cheese exhibit opening reception is $10.00 per person with complimentary admission for National Civil War Museum members.  Robert Sandow will lecture on "PA Draft Resistance...
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  • 47 E. Main St Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-3852
    The Union Church in Mechanicsburg dates from 1825. The Union Church never had a permanent congregation or a regular pastor. Many of Mechanicsburg's congregations used the Union Church as a meeting...
  • PO Box 3702 Harrisburg, PA 17105
    The Harrisburg Civil War Round Table was organized and established in 1959. Over that time period, the interest of the general public in the Civil War has ebbed and flowed. In contrast, the...
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  • One Lincoln Circle at Reservoir Park Harrisburg, PA 17103
    Focusing on the year 1861, this exhibit will discuss the inaugurations of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, the road to succession, the firing on Fort Sumter, the Baltimore riots, Lincoln's call...
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  • 4th & Chestnut Streets, Harrisburg Train Station Harrisburg, PA 17101
    Harrisburg became the gateway for the convergence of Pennsylvania recruits and enlistees. Serviced by four railroads, the Pennsylvania Canal and the Susquehanna River, much of the materials and...
  • 10 S. Market St. Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6331
    717-766-1899
    We offer a wide selection of Civil War and history books. Our in-house stock includes a broad selection of Civil War topics, including titles on music, medicine and African American interests. In...
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  • 2201 N. 6th Street Harrisburg, PA 17110-2406
    April 14, 1861, news of the bombardment and surrender of Fort Sumter had reached President Abraham Lincoln. At that time, he called for 75,000 volunteers. Governor Andrew Curtin also made a plea to...
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