Learning and Living Together

The Reenactment of the Battle of Lewisburg gives us a wonderful opportunity to explore our past and learn from our history.  Special events will educate visitors about our Civil War History and help us to arrive at a better understanding of the causes and results of the War Between the States.

Our goal for the future is to introduce our young people to a period in our nation’s history that sometimes seems like a mystery to them.  Very little is taught in today’s schools about the Civil War and much of the information that children are given is not accurate.

Using reenactors and special presenters, children will be able to learn about camp life, the role of women during the war, slavery, the homefront, fashions of the time, black soldiers and much more!

Young people of all ages are invited to participate in all activities during The Battle of Lewisburg Living History and Reenactment.

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