1863: Invasion in the Valley
A Civil War exhibit
Open March 15 - October 26, 2013
In June 1863, Confederate and Union forces clashed in Cumberland County from Shippensburg to Camp Hill. Discover the stories of soldiers, the shelling, and stolen cows through Civil War artifacts, documents, and photographs.
In the Miller Gallery, explore the experiences of Cumberland County residents on the battlefield and at home. For eyewitness accounts of the war when it reached the county, visit the Kramer Gallery. You will find many more Civil War stories scattered throughout our building - make sure you visit all our other galleries on the first and second floors!
This exhibit and related programs are supported in part by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, the Federal-State Partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Thank you for coming to our family program in April. Hope you enjoyed your time at the Two Mile House! Look for a new program with next year's exhibit.