Powell Liberty Historical Society

A window into the past of Powell and Liberty Township

Summary


In keeping with Veterans day, Mandy presented a very interesting program about her passion, the Civil War. Highlighted was Thomas Hall who played a significant role in Powell history, and his 7 sons all of whom served in the Civil War in some capacity. Her presentation ended with a touching tribute to some of Powell veterans of all wars over the years.
Mandy Henning presents Powell in the Civil War

Videos

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Video Title:   Curtis King

Presentor:   Ancestral Findings

Description:   A short video about the oldest man to serve in a regular unit in the Civil.

Videographer:   NA


Video Title:   Women in the Civil War

Presentor:   American Battlefield Trust

Description:   A short video oulining the contributions of women in the Civil War.

Videographer:   NA


Video Title:   Grant

Presentor:   History Channel

Description:   Official trailer for the History Channel series on Grant.

Videographer:   NA


Video Title:   1865 A New Birth of Freedom

Presentor:   American Battlefield Trust

Description:   Description of the dramatic events of 1865 as the Civil War drew to a close.

Videographer:   NA


Video Title:   Powell In the Civil War - The Halls

Presentor:   Amanda Henning

Description:   Video of Mandy Henning's presentation for the November 14, 2022 program. The focus is on the Hall family that sent seven sons to the civil war with only five returning. General civil war history is also included.

Videographer:   Allen Miller


Video Title:   Honoring Powell Veterans

Presentor:   Amanda Henning

Description:   A short tribute to some of Powell's post civil war veterans.

Videographer:   NA


Presentation Slides

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Powell in the Civil War - Halls

A Tribute to Powell Veterans

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Photos

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Mandy Henning presents Powell in the Civil War
Attendees at the Powell in the Civil War Presentation
Hall Family Markers in the Powell Cemetery
Close up of the Hall Marker Recognizing John and Theodore