A cased, ruby glass ambrotype of an unidentified captain in the Alabama volunteer corps in a photography related display at the University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library  in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday April 19, 2011. The items are part of a Civil War in Kentucky exhibit. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
A cased, ruby glass ambrotype of an unidentified captain in the Alabama volunteer corps in a photography related display at the University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday April 19, 2011. The items are part of a Civil War in Kentucky exhibit. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff
A cased, ruby glass ambrotype of an unidentified captain in the Alabama volunteer corps in a photography related display at the University of Kentucky Margaret I. King Library in Lexington, Ky., on Tuesday April 19, 2011. The items are part of a Civil War in Kentucky exhibit. Photo by Pablo Alcala | Staff

On its 150th anniversary, exhibits, events highlight Kentucky's role in Civil War

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