Moderate

This in-depth walking tour, led by noted author and battlefield guide, John M. Priest, will cover the bloodiest single day's battle sequentially - including the North Woods, East Woods, the Miller Cornfield, West Woods, Dunker Church, Mumma Farm, Roulette Lane, Bloody Lane, Burnside Bridge and Antietam National Cemetery. Much walking will be the order of the day however our support vehicles will always be close by for folks to catch a ride and grab a cold drink. 

 

Sep 9, 2017
John Michael Priest
$150.00

Based in Lake George, NY

A Field & Walking Tour of sites at Lake George, Siege of Fort William Henry and  Massacre (Last of the Mohicans), Crown Point, Fort Ticonderoga, Hubbarton and Bennington, Vermont, and the two battles of Saratoga, based in Lake George, NY with Scott C. Patchan

Program Opens Thursday Evening, September 14 with an Overview at our base hotel in Lake George, New York (shortly to be announced). Friday tour sites will be Fort Ticonderoga, Crown Point and the Battle of Hubbarton. Saturday tour sites will include Bennington and Saratoga. Sunday's tour will visit Fort William Henry and Lake George. We will arrive back at our base hotel in Lake George at 2:00 PM on Sunday.

Sep 14, 2017 - Sep 17, 2017
Scott C. Patchan
$495.00

The 3rd Annual Gathering of the Shenandoah Valley Civil War Institute in Winchester, Virginia

 led by Brandon H. Beck and Stephen Lee Ritchie

Friday evening dinner with 2 talks;  Saturday bus tour & lunch

We will be based at the Best Western Lee-Jackson Inn, 711 Millwood Avenue, Winchester, VA.
Instructions on reserving a room will soon be posted.
 

Oct 6, 2017 - Oct 7, 2017
Brandon H. Beck
$150.00

The 1864 Valley Campaign, one of the most compelling military episodes of the Civil War, pitted  General Jubal A. Early and his Confederate Army of the Valley against Philip H. Sheridan’s Army of the Shenandoah in a series of maneuvers and battles that offered graphic counterpoint to the static siege of Petersburg. At stake was control of the Shenandoah Valley, a source of vital food and fodder for the Army of Northern Virginia, as well as a great covered way that permitted southern military forces to flank the Union capital at Washington. 

Oct 13, 2017 - Oct 14, 2017
Scott C. Patchan
$325.00

 A Field Tour (with some moderate walking and also a special focus on the Wheatfield), Gettysburg, PA with Gary Kross, Charles Fennell and Jay Jorgensen (Friday 8:30 AM-Sunday 12:00 N) – includes 2 lunches and a Saturday PM Open Bar Social at the Appalachian Brewing Company – Registration Fee: $325

 

Oct 27, 2017 - Oct 29, 2017
Gary Kross
$325.00

Based in Vicksburg, Mississippi

with Terry Winschel & Timothy B. Smith

 

Nov 1, 2017 - Nov 4, 2017
Terrence J. Winschel
$495.00
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