Gallery of Civil War Soldiers

“Gallery of Civil War Soldiers” Reopens August 3rd at Savanna Museum and Cultural Center

The Savanna Historical Society is pleased to announce the reopening of  Gene Wright’s “Gallery of Civil War Soldiers” exhibit at the Savanna Museum and Cultural Center. Gene’s boys will be moving downstairs for exhibition starting on Saturday, August 3rd. The exhibit will be open Saturdays and Sundays through October 13th from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm each day.

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Gene Wright’s “ Gallery of Civil War Soldiers” tells a hundred short stories of the Civil War. This collection is the life’s work of local history teacher Professor Gene Wright, who has hand-made over 100 life-size mannequins. Dressed in authentic replicas of Civil War era uniforms, each mannequin has his or her own story. From a twelve year old drummer boy, to the Greybeard Regiment, to the woman who served as a man, each mannequin shines a light on a special moment in history.

Please stop by and visit this unique piece of history at 406 Main St. in Savanna.

Last day to visit the exhibit for this year is Sunday October 13th.

 

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