Civil War Lecture Series Kicks Off With Local Enthusiast

To coincide with our exhibit Vindication: Lew Wallace in 1864, we’re excited to present a great line-up of Civil War lectures, beginning this month and running through November.

This coming Wednesday, March 19, Scott Busenbark of Crawfordsville will be speaking on the role Brown Township played in the Civil War. Scott is a local historian and a Civil War enthusiast. This year he joined the board of the Lew Wallace Study Preservation Society. He is a member of the Civil War Trust and has done extensive research on his own family’s Civil War ancestors in addition to local ties to the Civil War. Scott works as a Fire Captain with 27 years of service in the Crawfordsville Fire Department.

Civil War lectures are free and open to the public, but seating space is limited, so we ask that you RSVP to reserve a spot. You can do so by commenting on this post or on our Facebook page with your name and the number of people attending, or you can call us at 765-362-5769 or use our website’s contact form. The lecture will begin at 7 p.m. in the Carriage House. Parking is available off of Elston Avenue.

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