Mt. Gilead Monday: Civil War Soldiers

civil war soldiers.jpgLearn about the lives of both Confederate and Union Soldiers during the Civil War. The Missouri Humanities Council's Read from the Start program will provide each student with a copy of Dadblammed Union Army Cow, by Susan Fletcher. 

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Mt. Gilead Mondays is a program for homeschool students, and students in school systems that have shortened their week to exclude Mondays. 

  • Location: Historic Mt. Gilead School, 15918 Plattsburg Rd., Kearney, MO
  • Date: April 20th, 2015
  • Time: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
  • Cost: $10 per student for each day (If adults wish to attend, they will be charged admission.)
  • Age range: students in 1st through 8th grades 
  • Maximum attendance is 25 (including any adults). Call the Jesse James Farm at (816) 736-8500 to sign up. 
  • Students will bring their own sack lunch. 
  • Parents are responsible for transportation.

Every Mt. Gilead Monday will have its own history-related theme, include historic interpretation of the theme, craft project, and activities related to that theme.  

Reservations are required. Call (816)736-8500. Your payment holds your seat. 

Click here to see photos from past Mt. Gilead Mondays events.

See photos from this Mt. GIlead Monday program here

contact us


Public Services Division
Historic Sites

Elizabeth Gilliam-Beckett
Superintendent


Clay County Historic Sites
21216 James Farm Rd.
Kearney, Missouri 64060
 

phone: (816) 736-8500
fax: (816) 736-8501
E-Mail
 

 
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