Emerging Civil War Tour!

All of us at Emerging Civil war are proud to announce that we have finalized plans for our first ever bus tour! Our tour will take place May 5th, 2012. Join Emerging Civil War historians Daniel Davis, Phil Greenwalt, Chris Mackowski, and Kristopher White as we explore Culp’s Hill, East Cavalry Field, and South Cavalry Battlefield at Gettysburg.

If that is not enough we are also excited to welcome historian Eric Wittenberg. Eric has authored numerous books on the American Civil War and also runs his own excellent website, Rantings of a Civil War Historian. Eric has graciously offered his expertise on all things cavalry to the tour and will also be available for book signings.

 

See below for more information about the tour:

  • The cost of the tour is $85.00 per person
  • Tours of Culp’s Hill
  • East Cavalry Field
  • South Cavalry Field
  • Dinner at General Pickett’s Buffet
  • A preparation class taught on April 11th, 2012 by Kristopher White
  • The first bus pickup stop is at Penn-Trafford High School in Harrison City Pa.
  • For those not from the Pittsburgh area; the bus will have a second pick up at the Gettysburg Battlefield Visitor Center. Historians Daniel Davis and Phil Greenwalt will meet those attendants prior to the arrival of the bus.
  • The number of seats on the bus is limited to 45.
  • Registration closes on April 27th.

Click here to register for the tour.

Email us with questions or for more information emergingcivilwar@yahoo.com.

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