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JAN 7

Gettysburg National Military Park Winter Lecture Series

Featuring some of the best National Park Service rangers and historians from across the region, the 11-week Winter Lecture Series of hour-long talks will examine pivotal turning points during the American Civil War era.

Sat. Jan. 6 – Matt Atkinson
After Gettysburg: The Army of Northern Virginia Tries to Regroup

Sun. Jan. 7 –  Daniel Vermilya
The Battle of Shiloh: Conquer or Perish

Sat. Jan. 13 – Troy Harman
Capt. Johnston’s Sunrise Reconnaissance: How Lee and Longstreet Lost the War on July 2, 1863.

Sun. Jan. 14 –  Karlton Smith
USS Monitor: The Ship That Launched a Modern Navy

Sat. Jan. 20  – Jared Frederick, Penn State Altoona
The Unfinished Work: The World Wars at Gettysburg

Sun. Jan. 21 –   Tom Holbrook
If These Things Could Talk: Artifacts in the Collection of Gettysburg National Military Park

Sat. Jan. 27  – Zach Siggins
Breaking the Final Bond: The Presbyterian Church and the Coming of the Civil War

Sun. Jan. 28 – Christopher Gwinn
“A Great Weight at My Heart”: The Army of the Potomac after Gettysburg

Sat. Feb. 3 – Bert Barnett
God Has Granted Us a Happy New Year!” – An Unappreciated Turning Point of 1862: The Battle of Stones River

Sun. Feb. 4 – Angie Atkinson
Cogs in a Different Wheel: Non-combatant Life During the American Civil War

Sat. Feb. 10 – Steve Phan, Civil War Defenses of Washington D.C.
Early at the Gates: The Battle of Fort Stevens

Sun. Feb. 11 – John Hoptak
“before the fearful and dangerous leap is taken:” The Fateful Compromise of 1850

Sat. Feb. 17 – Daniel Vermilya
The Lincoln – Douglas Debates

Sun. Feb 18 – Karlton Smith and Matt Atkinson
Gettysburg & Vicksburg: “The Confederacy totters to its destruction.”

Sat. Feb. 24   – John Heiser
“The movement was south.” General Grant and the Overland Campaign

Sun. Feb. 25  – Dr. Jennifer Murray, University of Virginia – Wise Campus
“God Knows My Conscience Is Clear”: Constructing George Gordon Meade’s Legacy

Sat. March 3  – Troy Harman
After Gettysburg: Religion, Lee’s Army, and Southern Culture

Sun. March 4 –  Mark Mahosky, Gettysburg NMP Artist in Residence
Mark Mahosky: 30 Years of Drawing the Gettysburg Battlefield

Sat. March 10 – Bert Barnett
Personal Turning Points – Jefferson Davis and George Thomas.

Upcoming Event Dates

2018
  • JAN 7
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