Well Done, Indiana DVD
Well Done, Indiana: Tales of the Tragedies & Triumphs of Indiana in the Civil War By Todd Gould, producer At the start of the American Civil War in April 1861, the Federal government sent out a call to every state in the North, seeking volunteers to fight for the Union. About 200,000 Hoosiers volunteered to fight during the course of the war. The enthusiasm and dedication of the Indiana troops impressed President Abraham Lincoln and members of his cabinet. Well Done, Indiana highlightsg four significant stories of Indiana's many Civil War contributions—the Iron Brigade at Gettysburg, Major General Lew Wallace, the 28th United States Colored Troops, and Morgan's Raiders in Indiana. This documentary features interviews, first-person accounts, rare historical photographs, and archival materials that recapture the turbulent times of a nation divided. DVD, WFYI Productions/Indiana Historical Society, 2006. ISBN 007160. About the author Todd Gould is a freelance writer, producer, and director who has created documentaries and features for PBS, ESPN, the BBC, and The Learning Channel. He is a ten-time Emmy Award winner, among other honors.
DVD format. Indiana Historical Society Press. Running time 28:46.