Saturday, November 27: CarnegieCarnegie Music Hall. Pittsburgh PA
“The Angel of Marye's Heights” tells the compelling story of a Confederate soldier’s selfless compassion. In the wake of the devastating battle for Fredericksburg, Sgt. Richard Rowland Kirkland risked his life to provide aid and comfort to the enemy—wounded and dying Union soldiers. Includes a conversation with writer/producer (and Pittsburgh native) Michael Aubrecht, and a dessert reception. One showing only. Tickets available at the Library circulation desk. 7:30 p.m. Music Hall $10. Look for an article on this event in the Nov. 27th (Sat.) edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Buy $10 tickets online here.
Saturday, December 4: Confederate Relic Room Museum, Columbia SC.
On Saturday, December 4 from 12:00-2:00pm and 3:00-5:00pm the CRR will host screenings of the documentary, “The Angel of Marye's Heights.” This film is about the life of Richard Kirkland and the story of the 2nd South Carolina Brigade out of Kershaw. The film screenings will be accompanied by presentations from film director/producer Clint Ross as well as historians Joe Matheson and Tony Ziebol. Details here.
PS. The Naked Historian may be making his return to F'burg radio. Stay tuned.