Living History Day - Sunday, May 17th, 10am - 4pm
Experience a re-enactment by the 28th Pennsylvania Regiment, encampments, black powder weapon displays, a first-person narration by Harriet Tubman, Lincoln's secretaries and much, much more. Bring the family for food and fun!
Mrs. Elizabeth Hutter, abolitionist and nurse: 11:00am
John Nicolai and John Hay, Secretaries to President Lincoln: 11:45am
Commodore Percival Drayton, Naval Hero: 2:15pm
Harriet Tubman, Conductor of the Underground Railroad: 1:00 p.m.
All Day Programs
(included with Admission)
• Military camp and drills
• Weapons Demonstrations
• Cooking Demonstrations with the Men of Company C, 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry
• Civil War Medical Demonstration featuring Dr. H. Earnest Goodman, Regimental Surgeon, 28th Pennsylvania
Lincoln Exhibit and Discount Book Sale presented by the Delaware Valley Civil War Round Table • Relic and artifact exhibit presented by the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum and Library • Exhibits of artifacts by the Fort Delaware Society • Area Historical Societies • Area Genealogical Societies • Old Baldy CWRT • Food • And Much More!
$10/Person For Admittance to all Presentations
(kids under 13 are free)
$5 Parking Fee
Sponsored by the Continuing Education Department at Manor College and The
Delaware Valley Civil War Round Table