Many think the Civil War was fought by men, but women had plenty to do in the fight for rights, trade and freedom. Alexandria was a city with Southern sympathies continuously occupied as a Northern supply depot. The women of Alexandria experienced the war not as a battle but as a day-to-day way of life. The National Women's History Museum shows how the war was not just fought with muskets and bayonets, but also with trade and supplies. You can experience the unique stories of a diverse group of women on this walking tour through history meeting at The Lyceum in Alexandria.
Upcoming Dates & Times
- Friday October 6, 2017 / 10:30am