McClung Museum Civil War Curator Joan Markel will shed light on the individual lives of Knoxvillians during the war as a part of the ninth annual McClung Museum Civil War Lecture Series.
The McClung Museum’s sixth annual Civil War Lecture Series starts Sunday, January 29, with “It Happened in East Tennessee: Longstreet’s Plunge into Independent Command 1863–64,” which will look at the major deployment of the First Corps, Army of Northern Virginia, from a Virginia summer to an East Tennessee winter and the many strategic, tactical, and
East Tennesseans’ attitude toward slavery during the Civil War era will be the topic of a lecture at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture on Sunday, March 30. McClung Museum Civil War Curator Joan Markel will give the 2:00 p.m. talk. The talk, part of the museum’s fourth annual Civil War Lecture Series,
The places and people of the Civil War in East Tennessee and beyond is the topic of the fourth annual McClung Museum Civil War Lecture series. The series kicks off on January 26 with “Soldiers’ Stories: Stationed in Knoxville, 1861–1865,” which will examine original letters and sources that speak to the experiences of young men
Joan Markel, curator of the Civil War history exhibits at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, will give a lecture about her new book Knoxville in the Civil War on Sunday, August 11. The book includes more than 200 photographs, maps, and ephemera exploring the people and sites of Knoxville during this troubled
Archaeologists from the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture have recently explored two local Civil War sites. Joan Markel, curator of Civil War exhibits at the museum, will discuss the exploration and their findings Friday at the final UT Science Forum of the semester. The presentation begins at noon on in Room C-D of