With the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War upon us, events are planned in Arlington to mark that dark time in our nation’s history.
On Thursday, Warren Nelson, chair of the of the Arlington County Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Committee, will speak at the Arlington Career Center on what the county is doing to preserve the history of the civil war.
The lecture will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m., and will also feature Ron Cogswell, Chief Operating Officer of the Civil War Trust.
Caught in the middle, Arlington was considered the northernmost point in the Confederacy and seen as the southernmost point in the Union territory.
A website depicting Arlington’s role in the Civil War has been created so residents can keep in the know about events during the 150th Celebration.
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