15th Annual Liberty University Civil War Seminar

The 15th Annual Liberty University Civil War Seminar, scheduled for March 25-27, features board member James Morgan.

Times:

March 25 @6:30 PM–9:30 PM

March 26 @8:30 AM–4:30 PM

March 27 @9:00 AM–10:00 AM
Location: March 25–Kickoff Banquet at Pate Chapel at the Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, VA

March 26–Speaker Presentations and Artifact Displays at The Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center on the Campus of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA

March 27–Period Worship Service at The R.C. Whorley Prayer Chapel on the Campus of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA

Contact Info: 434-592-4366 or klburdeaux@liberty.edu

Speakers:

Dr. Clifton Potter – Key Note Address: Lynchburg and Virginia on the Eve of War

Calvin Ashwell – Naval Actions in 1861

Ethan S. Rafuse – A Single Grand Victory: The First Campaign and Battle of Manassas

Hunter Lesser – Rebels at the Gates: Lee’s West Virginia Campaign

Donald Gilmore – Missouri and Kansas

Judith E. Harper – Women During the Civil War

James Morgan – A Little Short of Boats: The Battle of Ball’s Bluff

Rev. Alan Farley – Period Church Service
(Sunday, March 27, 2011)

Admission: Everyone is encouraged to secure reservations for this seminar by Tuesday, March 1. Admission to the seminar prior to March 1 is $60 (which includes all of the seminar sessions, the Friday night banquet, and Saturday’s luncheon). After March 2 the admission price is $65. After March 23 the admission price is $75. Admission for Friday only is $35 which includes the kick-off banquet. Admission for Saturday only is $40 which includes breakfast and lunch. Lodging: Seminar attendees can choose to stay at either the
Wingate Hotel or Days Inn at River Ridge Hall and receive special LU Civil War Seminar rates.

WINGATE BY WYNDHAM:
http://www.wingate-lynchburg.com
Phone: (434) 845-1700 or 1-888-494-6428
DAYS INN at River Ridge Mall:
http://www.daysinn-lynchburg.com
Phone: (434) 847-8655 or 1-800-787-3297

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About Craig Swain

"Historical marker hunter" and Civil War enthusiast.
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