Part of the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, this calendar spotlights events in 1864, from Grant’s Overland Campaign, through the presidential election and the continuing struggle for permanent Emancipation, to the December 1864 battle of Nashville, in which US Colored Troops played a crucial role. It features a stunning array of prints, drawings, photographs, maps, manuscripts, and more drawn from the unparalleled Civil War collections in the Library of Congress.
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