In the decades after the Civil War, Missourians demonstrated a unique perspective on the conflict and its history. As residents of a deeply divided border state, they rarely agreed with one another about the causes and consequences of the war. Nevertheless, they felt an important responsibility as Missourians to heal the fractured nation. As the literal and symbolic heart of the republic, Missouri set the example for reconciliation. Join special guest Amy Fluker to learn more.
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The Missouri State Museum is located in the first floor of the Missouri State Capitol, 201 W. Capitol Ave.