Right around 100,000 men from Southern States fought for the Union Army during the American Civil War (not counting border states.) Which is an insanely huge number when you consider the Confederate Army never fielded more than 500,000 men at once and only a little over 1 Million altogether during the entire war. This deprived the South of much needed man power and these men thanks to local knowledge of the terrain were used in raiding activities, garrisoning liberated territory, and anti-guerilla activity. Sadly as far as I know there are no museums and very few memorials dedicated to this topic as I've always found it extremely interesting. The closest thing I can think of is the African American Civil War Memorial Museum as most of the United States Colored Troops (USCT) came from Southern States and there were ties between both them and the Underground Railroad and Southern Unionists. So your challenge is to create a museum and memorial solely dedicated to Southern Unionists and their roles before, during, and after the Civil War. The Museum can be built anytime after 1915 it can be either privately or publicly funded. What artifacts and items do you put on display? In which city do you place the Museum? What are some of your biggest and most popular exhibitions?