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National Civil War Museum Curator Begins 230–Mile March as Confederate Soldier

Originally published by Civil War Times magazine. Published Online: May 16, 2011 
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 Brett Kelley begins two week march as Confederate Soldier to raise funds for National Civil War Museum education department.

 

 

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AND SO IT BEGINS…Brett Kelley began his march at 0700 this morning after an interview and photographs with a Fredericksburg, VA newspaper. Make sure you visit his blog below to read his daily journal entries, watch videos, photographs, a link to a Google map to track his movements or to play The Jewel of the Valleys alternate reality game!

 

On the March

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Brett Kelley is readying himself for his amazing journey by foot from Fredericksburg, VA to Harrisburg, PA. He'll start off at the Sergeant Kirkland Monument at Fredericksburg and end at the "Moment of Mercy" statue at the National Civil War Museum on May 30th. He's already made the TV news.



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