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Bainbridge Public Library hosts 'Territorial Voices: A Civil War Readers Theatre'

Washington’s Territory’s first governor, Isaac Stevens, seated in this photo taken in South Carolina in 1862, served as a Union general. He was killed in the Battle of Chantilly that same year.  - Photo courtetsy of the Library of Congress
Washington’s Territory’s first governor, Isaac Stevens, seated in this photo taken in South Carolina in 1862, served as a Union general. He was killed in the Battle of Chantilly that same year.
— image credit: Photo courtetsy of the Library of Congress

Island Theatre at the Library presents “Territorial Voices: A Civil War Readers Theatre” at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 and Sunday, Feb. 16.

The program is an interactive, living history play about Washington state’s role in the Civil War by Humanities Washington speaker Lorraine McConaghy.

McConaghy will also lead a post-play discussion. The program is sponsored by Humanities Washington.

Admission is free, though donations are appreciated.

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