Civil War Memorabilia Exhibition at the Edmond Historical Society & Museum

Americans welcomes the 150th anniversary of civil war that occurred there. No exception Edmond Historical Society & Museum, beginning last week they have been displaying memorabilia of civil war. You can come there and witnessed the historic objects in memory of those bitter events for free.

You can see the swords, bullets, or anything else related to the civil war in America. “We have everything you can think of from ink bottles to a wedding ring, from when the men were fighting, they were left on the field,” said Christine Gibson, programs director for the museum.

Not only items of interest, in the Edmond Historical Society & Museum you can see horrible things. One of them is the bone that was used to amputate limbs. In addition, you also can find sentimental items, such as letters from the lover to a soldier who joined the civil war.

The objects of memorabilia about the civil war are not wholly owned by Edmond Historical Society & Museum. There are a few that were contributed by several collectors of historic objects. One of the donations received is a collection letter from a relative, Addison Bullock.

Well, for those of you who are interested in studying American history, especially, about the civil war. You can come to the Edmond Historical Society & Museum. The exhibition will run until 29 April. Every Tuesday until Friday, the exhibition is opened 10:00 to 5:00 pm, while Saturday is opened at 1:00 to 4:00.

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