The campaigns and battles of the Civil War caused chaos in all aspects of the southern homefront. The burden of feeding the Confederate armies fell to those left at home, which intensified the threat of starvation for southern civilians. Discover how southerners substituted and "made-do" when facing the daily struggle of feeding themselves. Led by Karissa Swain, ACWM.
As space is limited, reservations are strongly encouraged and can be made by contacting Josie Butler at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-352-5791 ext. 203. Come early to grab a drink and a good seat.