After the election of Abraham Lincoln to the presidency in November, 1860 and the attack on Fort Sumter in April 12, 1861, the nation seemed inevitably headed for war. Most Northerners and Southerners believed the coming conflict would consist of one climactic, winner-take-all battle. Federal troops were enlisted for only 90 days - more than enough time, felt Northern leaders, to rout the...
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IRON BRIGADE at GETTYSBURG Tour ~APRIL 9~ led by GARY KROSS.
2016 CALENDAR of EVENTS & EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OFFER Here!
Look Ahead to 2016 and review our EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OFFER for the first 10 registrants per tour. Save 20% by...
(OCTOBER 8) SARASOTA CONFERENCES ARE FILLING FAST - REGISTER TODAY and then RESERVE a ROOM WHILE SOME ARE STILL AVAILABLE.
TOURS of SHILOH & SPOTSYLVANIA NOW ON OUR CALENDAR FOR APRIL!
April will be an exciting month for the CWEA - already we have booked...
CHATTANOOGA: AN INSIDER'S FIELD & WALKING TOUR is Ready to Go. On November 13-14, the CWEA returns to the Civil War-rich city of Chattanooga, led by NORMAN DASINGER, JR.
Norman has developed over the last 7-8 years into a truly outstanding tour leader of battle sites in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee - and has gained special renown for his prowess in locating and...