**Program Different than Advertised in Newsletter**
Presented by Historian, Author, Professor and Political Commentator Robert Watson
Libby Prison was a wretched facility, located along the famed "Tobacco Row" in Richmond, the capital of the Confederacy. It's notorious reputation was well earned, it housed the highest-ranking Union officers and treated them abysmally. The prison was used for propaganda purposes by the Confederacy. Learn how a large group of men managed the most remarkable and largest prison break in American history.
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