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Walk Through the War: 1865

Walk Through the War: 1865
Less than 30 minutes

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American Civil War Museum

The conflict isn’t over after the the war in 1865. How do Americans reconcile with the weight and cost of the war while trying to reunify the nation and welcome people who have a newfound citizenship?

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