KINGSTON, N.Y. (AP) — A new Civil War exhibit at a state historic site in the Hudson Valley tells the story of soldiers from the region who fought in the nation's bloodiest conflict.
The exhibit at the Loughran House in Kingston is called "With Malice Toward None: Ulster County and the Civil War." The exhibit uses documents, photos and artifacts to explore the sacrifices of local residents during the Civil War.
The Loughran House is part of the Senate House State Historic Site in Kingston. The Loughran House was built in the early 1870s by Dr. Robert Loughran.
During the war, Loughran served as a surgeon in the 20th Regiment of the New York State Militia, a unit that later became the 80th New York Infantry Regiment.