The Pickens County Museum of Art and History will host a one-hour discussion about the history of the confederate uniforms.
As we all know, South Carolina is rich in Civil War history with many landmarks and memorabilia preserved to commemorate it. One of those pieces is the Confederate uniform worn during the war.
But, what does it really look like? Museum curator Dan Brennan will discuss the uniforms and the history behind them.
As the Visit Pickens County website shows, “You’ve seen the old pictures and have wondered ‘What did their uniforms really look like?’ Sepia tones in an Ambrotype can only tell us so much, but an original artifact or exacting reproductions help bring this subject to life!”
The Powell Group invites you to partake in this discussion to learn factual information about the conflict and uniforms worn in it. While in the neighborhood, you may visit any one of our beautiful homes. Our team members are here to answer any of your housing questions and concerns.
For more information
Location: The Pickens County Museum of Art and History, 307 Johnson St. Pickens, SC 29671 (corner of Hwy. 178 at 307 Johnson Street)
Date: Thursday, May 12
Time: 6 p.m.
Admission: Free – Public welcome
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