Copperhead Movie Pack Giveaway

This year marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. You have probably seen countless movies about the war, the Union’s point of view, the Confederate’s point of view, and even that of the slaves. But have you heard about the families left behind during the Civil War? The new movie, Copperhead, follows the story of one northern dairy farmer who despised slavery but wanted peace with the Confederates.

War has a way of reaching far beyond the battlefield, the Civil War was no different. Families were ripped apart, neighbors turned against each other, and communities were tested. Copperhead, directed by Ron Maxwell, tells an extraordinary story of one man who chose to exercise his right to freedom of speech.

One lucky reader will win the Copperhead Movie Pack Giveaway!

  • Official Copperhead Movie Poster hand signed by Director/Producer Ron Maxwell
  • The Copperhead Official Companion Book
  • Movie Theater Cash (Valid for 1 Movie Admission)
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*Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Copperhead the movie. All opinions expressed are my own.

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Shannon is a stay at home mom of 4 and USMC wife. She blogs about life, weight loss, food, and more at AriesMommy.com.

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  1. Vikki Billings says

    I scored 5/8 –
    Congratulations! you are a… CIVIL WAR SKILLFUL SCHOLAR!

    Wow, you have some mighty fine Civil War knowledge! You know all of the important details, but there’s still some exciting facts that you haven’t learned yet. Try the quiz again to improve your Civil War history score!

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