Confederate Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan’s famed 2,500-man cavalry division crossed the Cumberland River into Federal-held territory on July 2, 1863, in what would be one of America’s most amazing cavalry operations. Although Morgan had been ordered to stay within the confines of Kentucky, he believed that to truly divert Ambrose Burnside’s...
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ANNAPOLIS "Great Cities Tour" Added to 2017 Schedule + some CALENDAR CHANGES:
- We have added GREAT CITIES OF AMERICAN...
Here are some photos from our French and Indian War Tour!
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Back by Popular Demand - UNSEEN GETTYSBURG
A tour designed and led by the legendary Gary Kross – on Saturday, October 29 (Halloween Weekend). This will not be a silly canned “...
25th ANNIVERSARY SARASOTA CIVIL WAR SYMPOSIUM is FILLING FAST!
Complete symposium information is available HERE....
- Honoring individuals who make especially meritorious contributions to the field of Civil War education.
- Awarded to honor those who have made contributions of exceptional service to our organization.
- Presented periodically to an individual or individuals for exceptional contributions of goodwill and support during CWEA Gettysburg tours.