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Frazier History Museum“Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy”, Frazier History Museum

Louisville Life visits The Frazier History Museum to explore the political division of Kentucky as a border state during the Civil War.

The museum’s “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” exhibit features more than 100 artifacts, including a casket wagon once used by Cave Hill Cemetery to reinter soldiers; an exceptionally rare enlisted soldier’s uniform; slave documents; plantation horns; as well as a number of dresses, flags, surgical tools, photos and the historically significant Mary Todd Lincoln collection.

“Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” runs October 15, 2011, through April 8, 2012.

“Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy”, Frazier History Museum“Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy”, Frazier History Museum

Program 601
Prohibition, the Civil War, and prison art kick off the sixth season of "Louisville Life". Studio guest is Judith Gibbons, a board member of the Kentucky Book Fair, which is marking 30 years. (#601)