After marching north through the Shenandoah Valley from Lynchburg, the Confederate army of Lt. Gen. Jubal A. Early side-stepped the Federal garrison at Harpers Ferry and crossed the Potomac River at Shepherdstown into Maryland on July 5-6, 1864. In reaction to Early’s movements, Union Lieutenant General Ulysses S Grant dispatched about 5,000 men of the VI Corps on July 6th 1864...
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Online photos of CWEA's "From Petersburg To Appomattox" tour
View album collection by tour member, Archie Clark. Just CLICK HERE!
An American History Forum Exclusive! Part Two of Stuart Dempsey's World War II Series is Here!
Read the second installment of Stuart Dempsey's series, "The Battle of Berlin, 70 Years Ago" .. Just ...
ED BEARSS, GARY KROSS, SUE BOARDMAN, CHARLIE FENNELL and ZACK FRY to lead 10th ANNUAL ALL-STAR TOUR of GETTYSBURG
which promises to be outstanding! Designed for serious yet fun-loving students of the battle, our program will include four exciting and unusual in-depth...
Exclusive World War II Commentary from Stuart Dempsey
The first of a series, ONLY available here, that will examine the Battle of Berlin, and other aspects of the city’s turbulent history from 1933 to 1989. ...
Two New Organizations have been formed within the Civil War Education Association:
The SHENANDOAH VALLEY CIVIL WAR INSTITUTE, and the ROBERT E. LEE FELLOWSHIP.
Information about these groups and how you can participate in them ...