15 Years Experience Leading Battlefield Tours
CIVIL WAR BATTLEFIELD TOURS
3 DAY TOURS WITH NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED CIVIL WAR HISTORIANS
WITH SCOTT HARTWIG
AND DENNIS FRYE
WITH ROBERT K. KRICK
AND ERIK NELSON
WITH JEFF WERT
WITH STEPHEN DAVIS
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David Ward is a native of the anthracite coal region of eastern Pennsylvania. He earned his undergraduate degree in history at Franklin & Marshall College (75 minutes from Gettysburg) where he studied under the distinguished Civil War professor Dr. Fred Klein. Subsequently he earned master’s degrees in history and library science at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut.
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This three-day program will start Thursday evening September 19 at the Clarion Inn with a lecture featuring retired Antietam battlefield chief historian Ted Alexander. His talk will focus on the infantry soldiers who waged the bloody battle of Antietam. This talk is based on his recent book The Battle of Antietam: The Bloodiest Day (2011).
LEE’S GREATEST VICTORY
This three-day program will start Thursday evening September 26 at Fredericksburg Hospitality House with a lecture featuring the distinguished Civil War historian Frank O’Reilly. His talk will focus on the two armies on the eve of the Chancellorsville campaign. O’Reilly’s address, “‘A Host Within Himself’: Stonewall as a Leader,” will reflect upon Jackson´s unparalleled mastery of the operational art of war. He is the author of Stonewall Jackson at Fredericksburg (1993).
HIGH TIDE OF THE CONFEDERACY
This three-day program will start Thursday evening October 3 in the Meade Room at the Days Inn with a lecture featuring the distinguished Gettysburg historian Wayne Motts. His talk will focus on the friendship between Lewis Armistead and Winfield Scott Hancock.
ATLANTA: ROCKY FACE RIDGE TO
This three-day program will start Thursday evening October 17 in the Meade Room at the Drury Inn with a lecture featuring the distinguished Civil War and Atlanta campaign historians Dr. Steve Davis. His talk will focus on the generalship of Joseph Jhonston and William T. Sherman in the opening operations of the Atlanta campaign Dr. Davis´ presentation is based on his recent book A Long and Bloody Task: The Atlanta Campaign (2016) .