Reenactor Craig Braswell (left) and Bennett Place Site Manager John Guss are taking the respective roles of Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and Union Gen. William T. Sherman during the 150th anniversary of Johnston’s surrender to Sherman, the largest Confederate surrender of the Civil War.
Reenactor Craig Braswell (left) and Bennett Place Site Manager John Guss are taking the respective roles of Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and Union Gen. William T. Sherman during the 150th anniversary of Johnston’s surrender to Sherman, the largest Confederate surrender of the Civil War. Picasa Courtesy Bennett Place State Historic Site
Reenactor Craig Braswell (left) and Bennett Place Site Manager John Guss are taking the respective roles of Confederate Gen. Joseph E. Johnston and Union Gen. William T. Sherman during the 150th anniversary of Johnston’s surrender to Sherman, the largest Confederate surrender of the Civil War. Picasa Courtesy Bennett Place State Historic Site

Durham’s Bennett Place seeks place in Civil War spotlight

April 14, 2015 08:00 AM

UPDATED April 18, 2015 06:27 AM

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