Among the many items on display in the University of Kentucky's Civil War exhibit are these cartes de visite, paper prints of Civil War soldiers. The exhibit, titled 'Our Only Hope Was in Kentucky': The Civil War Sesquicentennial is at the Margaret I. King Library through October.
Among the many items on display in the University of Kentucky's Civil War exhibit are these cartes de visite, paper prints of Civil War soldiers. The exhibit, titled 'Our Only Hope Was in Kentucky': The Civil War Sesquicentennial is at the Margaret I. King Library through October.
Among the many items on display in the University of Kentucky's Civil War exhibit are these cartes de visite, paper prints of Civil War soldiers. The exhibit, titled 'Our Only Hope Was in Kentucky': The Civil War Sesquicentennial is at the Margaret I. King Library through October.

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

April 21, 2011 12:00 AM

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