Vt. military college displaying 19th-century drawingsThe Associated Press | January 15,2013NORTHFIELD — Norwich University is displaying landscape drawings created by graduates and others from the American Civil War.
The exhibit that opened Monday at Norwich’s Sullivan Museum and History Center is titled “Useful and Elegant Accomplishments.”
Many of the drawings in this exhibit were produced by Norwich students or alumni who were involved in the American Civil War. The show complements the Sullivan Museum’s ongoing series of exhibitions commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War.MORE IN Vermont NewsMONTPELIER — The Vermont Board of Education is seeking public comment as members draft a... Full Story
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