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The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, an architectural wonder situated on the grounds where Lew Wallace wrote his masterwork Ben-Hur, celebrates Wallace's fascinating legacy and renews belief in the power of the individual spirit to affect American history and culture.
During the sesquicentennial of Lew Wallace's most crucial year of the Civil War, the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum investigates his trials and triumphs in our latest exhibit, "Courage & Conflict: Lew Wallace in 1862."
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