Civil War en Living Hell: The Dark Side of the Civil War <p>Many Americans tend to think of the Civil War as more glorious and less awful than its reality. In <a href="" target="_blank"><em>Living Hell: The Dark Side of the Civil War</em></a>, Northern Kentucky University Regents Professor of History Emeritus Dr. Michael C. C. Adams gathers the voices of those who were on the firing line or in the hospital ward to create a far more realistic, and brutal, picture of the war. Dr. Adams is presenting a lecture on his work at 3 PM, April 10, in the Griffin Hall George and Ellen Rieveschl Digitorium on the NKU campus. For more information, call the <a href="" target="_blank">NKU</a> Department of History and Geography at (859) 572-5461. Fri, 04 Apr 2014 10:30:05 +0000 Mark Perzel 25025 at Living Hell: The Dark Side of the Civil War Union Baptist Cemetery and its black Civil War heroes <p>Union Baptist Cemetery is tucked away in a quiet spot off Cleves-Warsaw Road in Covedale. It’s the oldest Baptist African-American cemetery in Cincinnati, run by the oldest black Baptist congregation in the city.</p><p>It’s also a monument to about 120 free black men. During the Civil War, they took up arms and fought as soldiers against a Confederate army that would have kept their people in bondage.</p> Wed, 28 Aug 2013 04:00:00 +0000 Howard Wilkinson 16630 at Union Baptist Cemetery and its black Civil War heroes Wounded Home exhibit at the Lloyd Library and Museum <p>Downtown Cincinnati’s <a href=""><strong>Lloyd Library and Museum</strong></a> is currently featuring <a href=""><strong>Wounded Home</strong></a>, an art and book exhibit commemorating the 150<sup>th</sup> anniversary of the Civil War. Jane Durrell learns about how this exhibit was assembled and what visitors can expect to find in a conversation with the library’s <strong>Anna Heran</strong> and the exhibit’s guest curator, <strong>Kate Kern</strong>.</p><p> Fri, 26 Jul 2013 05:30:10 +0000 Jane Durrell 15296 at Wounded Home exhibit at the Lloyd Library and Museum "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker" <p>Perennial New York Times bestselling author <strong>Jennifer Chiaverini</strong> has departed from her acclaimed Elk Creek Quilt series to write about Mary Todd Lincoln’s closest confidant, Elizabeth Keckley, in her newest novel <a href=";s=books&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1358864072&amp;sr=1-1&amp;keywords=mrs+lincoln%27s+dressmaker"><strong>Mrs. Lincoln’s Dressmaker</strong></a>. She spends a few minutes talking with Barbara Gray about her new book and the current interest in the times of Abraham Lincoln.</p><p> Fri, 25 Jan 2013 05:32:25 +0000 Barbara Gray 8346 at "Mrs. Lincoln's Dressmaker" Soldier Come Home <p>The <a href=""><strong>Newport Branch of the Campbell County Public Library</strong></a> will commemorate the 150<sup>th</sup> Anniversary of the Civil War with a presentation of the dramatic <a href=""><strong>Soldier Come Home</strong></a>, a play based on the historic Civil War Letters of Mary Luke Pringle, her husband Philip W. Pringle, and family members, written 1859-1865, presented by the <a href=""><strong>Falcon Theater</strong></a>. Music of the era will be provided by the trio <a href=""><strong>Raison d’Etre</strong></a>. Jim Stump talks with two of the actors, <strong>Ted Weil</strong> and <strong>Elizabeth Molloy</strong>, about this historic, and emotional, production taking place on Friday, January 25.</p><p> Fri, 18 Jan 2013 05:32:05 +0000 Jim Stump 8097 at Soldier Come Home