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Thanks for tuning in to Hugh Goffinet’s lecture on the US Colored Troops during the Civil War!  Follow us on social media to receive updates on the recording.

Please join us for our next Living History Virtual Class on Thursday, March 11th at 6 PM EST on the Women’s Army Corps during WWII with Living Historian Molly Sampson!

Register to receive the Zoom link by filling out the form below.
This is made possible in partnership with the 6th Cavalry Museum and in celebration of Women’s History Month.

Molly Sampson, a specialist in the Women’s Army Corps (WAC) and the Program Coordinator at the 6th Cavalry Museum, will discuss women’s involvement with the US military, with an emphasis on World War II.  There are many examples of women serving in the armed forces, including the only female Medal of Honor recipient so far, Dr. Mary Walker, a Civil War surgeon.  Please join us for this virtual presentation in celebration of the diversity of the American military and the contributions of women.

This lecture and Q&A will allow you to experience one of the Living History Virtual Classes offered to educators and students locally and across the country from the National Medal of Honor Heritage Center!  This event on Thursday, March 11th at 6 PM EST is open to the public but advanced registration is required on the form below to receive the Zoom link.

Educators, interested in bringing a Living History Virtual Class with Molly to your students?  Sign up HERE and learn more about our other classes on the Civil War, WWI, and WWII.