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Exhibits Now On Display

Click here to see the Flags Currently on Exhibit 1/2016 - 1/2018

The Sheridan Exhibit

The new artillery, medical and navy galleries are on display as of August 10, 2013.

In honor of the 150th Anniversary of the Civil War the Texas Civil War Museum museum volunteers Don Barnhart and Ann Mutschler have compiled excels document listing notable War Between the States Sites in the Greater North Texas Area. The area is comprised of the Lakes Trail Region and are divided into the eastern area, the western area and cemetery locations. For a map of the Lakes Trail please go to: www.texaslakestrail.com. For a printable excel document please click here for the Eastern Counties, click here for the Western Counties, and click here for the cemeteries.

General Grant's coat, worn during the surrender at Appomattox, is now on display. Click here for a picture of Grant's coat or click here to view a short video.

New blog site by Don Barnhart can be accessed by connecting to: http://warriorsofthelonestar.blogspot.com. This interactive blog deals with Texas Military History and Old West.

Presentation Sword of General U.S. Grant

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Personal belongings of Jeb Stuart

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Confederate 6 Pound Smoothbore Cannon

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Confederate States Safe

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