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June 29, 2011


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Sarah V.

What a wonderful opportunity to see such an important historic document! We recently visited the Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, and I find Civil War history--and Lincoln's life--very fascinating.

Dominique King

You'd like the Civil War exhibit at The Henry Ford, too. I liked how it told the stories of everyday people and their lives during the war, instead of just concentrating on the big battles and generals.

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