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Millie Henley of Historical Connections will present “Broken Country, Broken Families, Broken Hearts: Divided Families of the Civil War” on Thursday April 25 at 6 PM in Crabill Discovery Hall. She’ll explore the ways in which the Civil War divided families through stories of ordinary families in addition to those of Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee. Free for CCHS members, $10 for non-members.

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Please Note: The Crabill Homestead will be closed to the public in 2024 for critical repairs. See you in 2025!

The Crabill Homestead is located in Buck Creek State Park and is accessible by way of a private road accessed from Overlook Drive. The Crabill House dates to the 1820s and is a three-bay, Federal-style house. We offer tours, demonstrations, and events during our open season.

Photo of the Crabill Homestead, a Federal-style brick house built by the Crabill Family in the early 1800s.