|The German American Heritage Center in Davenport welcomes civil war enthusiasts!|
|News Releases - Art, Galleries & Museums|
|Written by Ruth Reynolds|
|Friday, 22 July 2011 22:59|
The exhibit “Iowa in the Civil War: The German Element” is available through August 7. A companion FREE traveling exhibit from the Iowa State Historical Society in the GAHC parking lot features “The Fiery Trial: Iowa in the Civil War.” Visitors can see why Iowa entered the war, the impact of war on the state of Iowa, the work of Annie Wittenmyer as she cared for the wounded and orphaned, and efforts in Iowa to improve civil rights for all after the war.
A special touchscreen feature allows Iowans to search for their Union army ancestors in the Civil War by name and county.
A special $10 family ticket for all inside exhibits is available during the “Fiery Trial” run from July 28 through August 7. Other tickets are Adults $5, Seniors $4 and children $3.
Special hours for the civil war features are July 28 – August 7 from 10:00 through 7:00 EXCEPT July 28 10:00 – 4:00; July 31 noon to 6:00 and August 7, noon to 4:00.
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