On Saturday, November 30th, join the Texas Civil War Museum in Fort Worth as they remember “Texans at the Battle of Franklin.” Living historians will be present to interact with visitors, who will be offered the unique opportunity to step back in time to help commemorate the 155th anniversary of this cataclysmic battle. Two riveting presentations and a host of fully uniformed and equipped Living Historians (part of the Franklin Battlefield Trust) will help visitors feel as though they were truly there with men on both sides of the struggle. Come learn from the past to be inspired for the present and future. After all, to quote Brigadier General George W. Gordon, “One of the noblest duties of the living is to represent the virtues and memories of the dead.”
Special Programming Presentations will be in the theater at 11:30a and 2:00p. This event is being co-sponsored by the Battle of Franklin Trust and the presenters are part of the living history program at the Franklin National Military Park.
Please join us to commemorate the 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Franklin here at the museum.
No advanced tickets needed. Event is free with standard museum admission.