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Tagged as: Butler County, Butler County Historical Society, Hamilton (OH), Miami University Hamilton, Michael J. Colligan History Project, panel discussions, Southwest Ohio.
|May 5, 2011|
|7:30 pm||to||9:30 pm|
The Michael J. Colligan History Project will travel to downtown Hamilton for a special panel discussion moderated by Robert Meckley, history professor at Miami University. A distinguished panel of local historians will offer insights and perspectives: Sam Ashworth, Heritage Hall and Middletown Historical Society; Jim Blount, Butler County Historian; Greg Fugitt, historian, 35th Ohio Infantry Regiment; Michael Riesenberg, Butler County Historical Society; and Thomas F. Stander, Butler County Historian. Reception to follow.
Hard Road to Liberty: Ohio and the Civil War
To recognize the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, the Michael J. Colligan History Project invites you to explore this critical period in rebuilding our nation by considering new perspectives on the Civil War experience of Ohio and the border regions.
All events are free and open to the public.
Sponser: Michael J. Colligan History Project, a collaboration between the Hamilton Community Foundation and the Hamilton Campus of Miami University. Co-sponsored by Butler County Historical Society in conjunction with a Civil War exhibit at Heritage Hall.
Location: Miami University Hamilton Downtown, 221 High Street, Hamilton Ohio
For more information visit http://www.ham.muohio.edu/colliganproject/events.htm.