The Second American Revolution and Broadening Concepts of American Citizenship, 1850-65:
Discussion leader John Matsui.
MHC book talk at the Myerberg Senior Center
January 12th at 11:00am Free
Join us for the first of two Civil War related book discussions. This discussion will use Ayers Anthology primarily consisting of original documents to explore some of the key themes during the Civil war. Subjects discussed will include slave power and nativism in Antebellum, succession, emancipation and immigrants rights.
Register for this talk today so you have a good read ready for the cold winter months. Copies of the book can be borrowed from the museum, until the discussion, starting now! Participation is free but seats are limited, so contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 410-732-6400 x215 ASAP!
John H. Matsui graduated from Princeton. His current research focuses on conflicting political ideologies in Civil War America and their effect on Union military occupation policies in Virginia. His current post as Assistant Professor of History at the Virginia Military Institute – near the tombs of Robert E. Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson – is most ideal.
This is a Let’s Talk About It: Making Sense of the American Civil War partner program! Making Sense of the American Civil War, a reading and discussion series, is a project of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the American Library Association. Additional support has been provided by the Maryland Humanities Council.
For more information contact Trillion Attwood email@example.com or call (410)732-6400 ex.215.