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During his second run for presidency, Teddy Roosevelt was shot by a would-be assassin en route to a speaking engagement in Milwaukee. He delivered his speech with the bullet in his chest.

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9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

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1:00 pm Lucrezia Borgia

One of the most famous women of the Italian Renaissance, made “infamous” by rumors in her own time and since, tells of her life as the daughter of the Pope and sister of the notorious Cesare Borgia.

Location
1st Floor Interpretation Stage

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

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10:55 am Day in the Life: The Civil War Drummer Boy

“Junior interpreter” Kevin Combs presents day-to-day life as a drummer boy during the Civil War.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

12:15 pm Day in the Life: The Civil War Drummer Boy

“Junior interpreter” Kevin Combs presents day-to-day life as a drummer boy during the Civil War.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

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9:00 am Discount Day

Museum admission is only 150 cents to commemorate the 150 years since the Civil War began. ($1.50 will work too.)

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

Read More>>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3:30 pm In Rehearsal: Mary Chesnut

This interpretation about the attack on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, is drawn from the diary that one of the South’s most articulate women kept during the “War of Northern Aggression.”

Location
1st Floor Interpretation Stage

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

Read More>>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

Read More>>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2:00 pm FIRST FRIDAY Homeschool Program

FIRST FRIDAY Homeschool Program – “The Days of Knights”
(Recommended for grades K through 5)

Step back in time to the Middle Ages! Through the integrated use of literacy, art and artifacts, students are transported back to the days of proud knights and noble ladies. In the museum classroom, students handle reproduction armor, use what they learn about heraldry to create their own shield and listen to an engaging story. Observation and team building skills are put to the test as students work in small teams to complete an investigation guide involving primary and secondary sources from the time period in our Royal Armouries collection. Your visit won’t be complete until students see one of our live performances such as “Day in the Life: Middle Ages” or “Two Handed Sword.” Click to register.

9:00 am "Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy"

The War Between the States pitted brother against brother. Nowhere was this division more apparent than in the border state of Kentucky— where family lines were often the battle lines. The Frazier History Museum opens its newest exhibition, “Civil War: My Brother, My Enemy” on October 15, in conjunction with the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.

“My Brother, My Enemy,” which runs through April 7, 2012, examines how Kentucky’s distinctive physical and political positioning led to deep and lasting divisions among families and friends. Unlike many other Civil War studies that tend to focus on the battlefield chronology, the 3,800 square foot exhibition delves into the heart-wrenching and personal stories of the nationwide conflict that forever severed once close-knit relationships here in Kentucky.

Read More>>>

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12:30 pm Lucrezia Borgia

One of the most famous women of the Italian Renaissance, made “infamous” by rumors in her own time and since, tells of her life as the daughter of the Pope and sister of the notorious Cesare Borgia.

Location
1st Floor Interpretation Stage

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11:00 am SECOND SATURDAY Family Day

SECOND SATURDAY Family Day – “Medieval History”

Knights in armor, grand banquets, the Black Death… What’s not to love about the Middle Ages? We won’t actually give you the plague, but invite you to come and make your very own creepy plague doctor mask. You can try out our other Medieval crafts and activities, as well. Huzzah! As always, museum admission is FREE for all Kids Club members. Join today for free!

2:30 pm Sic Semper Tyrannis: The Life of John Wilkes Booth

Three Interpreters portray multiple characters in this compelling look at the assassin of Abraham Lincoln. 40-45 minutes.

Location
1st Floor Theatre

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3:00 pm In Rehearsal: Mary Chesnut

This interpretation about the attack on Fort Sumter on April 12, 1861, is drawn from the diary that one of the South’s most articulate women kept during the “War of Northern Aggression.”

Location
1st Floor Interpretation Stage

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2:00 pm Closing early due to Thunder Over Louisville

The museum closes at 2 p.m. on the day of Thunder Over Louisville.

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