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Nov 14, 1:30pm, History Center: "Camp Douglas."


Coffee Talk



Morgan's Raiders, prisoners at Camp Douglas, 1863


Camp Douglas Restoration

with David Keller

David Keller is managing director of the Camp Douglas Restoration Foundation.

His interest in Camp Douglas stems from his curiosity about the Civil War,

Civil War Prison Camps, and 19th century Chicago history.


Camp Douglas in Chicago was a Union Army prisoner-of-war camp for Confederate soldiers taken prisoner during the American Civil War. Based south of the city on the prairie, it was also used as a training and detention camp for Union soldiers.


Thursday, November 14
1:30pm to 2:30pm at the Des Plaines History Center, 781 Pearson, Des Plaines
$3 suggested donation
No registration required

Coffee and cookies will be served.


Questions? Please contact the History Center, 847-391-5399.

History Center website


Supported by the City of Des Plaines, and the Des Plaines Park District, the Des Plaines History Center

consists of three facilities: the Visitor Center, the Kinder House, and the Fisher-Wright House.

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