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Foley Public Library

A Place to Itself: The Unionists of Shell Banks, Bon Secour, & Navy Cove

Join our very own Paul Leonard, Head of Cultural & Heritage Collections, as he covers documentation from the National Archives that reveals a largely unknown history of the lives of the residents of coastal South Baldwin County during the Civil War. RSVP online.

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A Place to Itself: The Unionists of Shell Banks, Bon Secour, & Navy Cove
A Place to Itself: The Unionists of Shell Banks, Bon Secour, & Navy Cove

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Apr 04, 2024, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Foley Public Library, 319 E Laurel Ave, Foley, AL 36535, USA

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Join our very own Paul Leonard, Head of Cultural & Heritage Collections, as he covers documentation from the National Archives that reveals a largely unknown history of the lives of the residents of coastal South Baldwin County during the Civil War. Get a glimpse into how the inhabitants of the isolated community on Fort Morgan Peninsula, stuck between Confederate forces at eith end, continued their existance as loyal Uniionists and their struggle against all odds. 

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