Civil War Comes to the Homeplace
The Homeplace goes forward in time to the American Civil War.
During the Civil War, this area was occupied by federal troops and under martial law after the fall of Forts Henry and Donelson in February 1862. Learn how families on farms, especially the women, faced many challenges such as keeping their family fed, clothed, and farm operations going. They also lived in fear of foraging parties and guerrillas taking needed food, clothing, blankets, and farm animals. Experience the challenges and fears of a Civil War farm family, and learn how they persevered.
Ideal for Home Educators.
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