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Civil War Afro-American Museum – Drill Day


2016-06-18 13:30 2016-06-18 16:00 Europe/London Civil War Afro-American Museum – Drill Day

The African American Civil War Museum [“AACWM”] opened its doors in January of 1999 and communicates the stories of the USCT through photographs, documents, artifacts, seminars by staff, and historic presentations by community members – volunteer re-enactors, to help visitors understand the largely unknown role of soldiers who fought for freedom from slavery during the Civil War.  The museum serves as a unique resource for teachers, scholars, students and professionals of museum studies, descendants of USCT soldiers, and the general public.  More than 200,000 visitors come to the Memorial and Museum each year. The core mission of the African American Civil War Museum is to serve the educational needs of its local, national, and international community with a high-quality and effective learning experience while interpreting the history of the USCT and the community life of African Americans prior to, and after, the American Civil War.

1925 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA

The African American Civil War Museum [“AACWM”] opened its doors in January of 1999 and communicates the stories of the USCT through photographs, documents, artifacts, seminars by staff, and historic presentations by community members – volunteer re-enactors, to help visitors understand the largely unknown role of soldiers who fought for freedom from slavery during the Civil War.  The museum serves as a unique resource for teachers, scholars, students and professionals of museum studies, descendants of USCT soldiers, and the general public.  More than 200,000 visitors come to the Memorial and Museum each year.

The core mission of the African American Civil War Museum is to serve the educational needs of its local, national, and international community with a high-quality and effective learning experience while interpreting the history of the USCT and the community life of African Americans prior to, and after, the American Civil War.