Mt. Laurel Library to host program on Oct. 7 on how the remains of Civil War soldiers were handled

The program is entitled “Hallowed Ground: Putting the Civil War Dead to Rest.”

The Mt. Laurel Library is set to host a program on Oct. 7 focusing on how the remains of Civil War soldiers were handled after the way.

The program is entitled “Hallowed Ground: Putting the Civil War Dead to Rest.”

What happened to the remains of the 750,000 men who died in the American Civil War?

This program, presented by Martin Mosho, shows how the dead were buried, many with disrespect and indifference, and how it led to reburials and national military cemeteries.

This program is not meant for children.

No registration required.

This program begins at 2 p.m. at the Mt. Laurel Library on Oct. 7.