After abandoning Atlanta on September 1, 1864, John Bell Hood and his Army of Tennessee, reduced to about 35,000 men, launched a bold plan to lure the Federal forces led by William T. Sherman away from Atlanta. Thus began a series of fateful steps that would lead to the destruction of the proud Army of Tennessee. The plan was to dash across Alabama into Tennessee, regain Nashville, and then...
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(OCTOBER 21) SEE OUR COMPLETE 2015 EVENTS SCHEDULE BELOW. Note too, our EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OFFER (20% off for most 2015 programs). Some Discounted Spots are still available at the discounted rate.
Detailed descriptions for each program are now posted on our "EVENTS" page and the number of Discounted Places remaining is...
(OCTOBER 20) ENROLL NOW for the SARASOTA CIVIL WAR, WORLD WAR I and WORLD WAR II conferences.
Never have we had such STAR-STUDDED FACULTIES for each of these meetings. Space and Hotel Rooms are limited, so early enrollment is advised.
WE REACHED 500! - Gettysburg: Day Three, A Walking Tour, October 17-18, was our 500th program. One participant, John Welsh, also attended our first program, in April, 1992, at Shiloh. THANKS to ALL of YOU for carrying us this far!