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WIinter Lunch and Learn Series: What Happened to Cotton During the Civil War 
General Event Information
Event Category:
Lectures/Literary
Price:
member $3, non-member $5; Lecture & Lunch option $15 (pre-registration only) * contact the Presenting Organization listed below for ticketing information  
Dates and Times:
February 13, 11:00AM-1:00PM
A historical perspective look at the effects of the Civil War on the cotton industry, quilting, and how lives were changed as a result. The Civil War was not just a soldier's war in the field, it was also a war of struggle and survival for the women on the home front suffering the material shortages of everyday life. This was especially true of the Southern women of the Confederate States. Due to the war, what happened to all the American cotton?

Venue Information
Address:
411 Kent Street  
City:
Rockford  
State:
IL 
Zip Code:
61102 
Country:
United States 
Telephone:
815-964-2424 
Venue Map:
 
Presenting Organization
Telephone:
(815)-964-2424
Email Address:
Designation:
not-for-profit