[PAST EVENT] Music in American Culture Series Presents:

March 23, 2016
Williamsburg Regional Library Theatre
The impact of the Civil War on the lives of Southern women was profound, but differed depending on individuals' class and ethnicity. Professor Bailey examines how some women turned pre-War musical "accomplishment" into income, and investigates how three generations of women from different classes and ethnic backgrounds used music to help them adapt to changed cultural and social conditions.

For more information please contact Kitty Preston kkpres@wm.edu