This program will take you behind the traditional stories of the Civil War. These stories of the Civil War, which you may not have heard, will hopefully help audiences to understand and feel what it was like to actually live during this time. Included subjects are:
a first-hand account of how living in Washington during the Civil War, meant not only fearing for the invading Confederates, but also the occupying Union Army;
How one tragic, personal event brought us the most iconic bugle call of all times, Taps;
How a pair of diapers may have turned the tide for the North;
How even after Lee surrendered to Grant, had it not been for two courageous generals who both defied orders, the war might have continued for years; and more.
Here is an opportunity to actually feel what it was like to live during the Civil, and not merely recount military victories and losses. You will experience a period of time like it has seldom been presented before. Min. 5/Max. 10