Special Announcement: Final Details on 2015 Emerging Civil War Symposium

The Riddick House at Stevenson Ridge

The Riddick House at Stevenson Ridge

We are pleased to announce that the preliminary details of the 2015 Emerging Civil War Symposium have been finalized!

From August 7 – 9, 2015, the Second Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium will be held at Stevenson Ridge. The price for admission is $75 for the early bird rate (register by April 30th). The regular rate is $95. Reservations are required.

The 2015 theme is “Civil War Legacies,” and topics will include the 1865 surrenders, Lincoln’s assassination, battlefield preservation, and the legacy of the Civil War. Fee includes a Friday night round table discussion; lectures, lunch and book signings on Saturday with a tour of Chancellorsville Battlefield on Sunday including newly preserved property on Stonewall Jackson’s flank attack.

For more information or to register, visit:  emergingcivilwar.com or contact Stevenson Ridge at (540) 582-6263.  Stevenson Ridge is located at:  6901 Meeting Street, Spotsylvania, VA 22553

Lodging Information: There are two options for visitors to stay during the Symposium.

Stevenson Ridge:  Home of this year’s Symposium, Stevenson Ridge offers elegant and historic lodging at one of their several historic cottages.  Attendees to the Symposium will receive 10% off the lodging rate.  For more information contact Stevenson Ridge at 540-582-6263 or visit their website at: www.stevensonridge.com.

Hampton Inn-Fredericksburg South:  Located approximately 10 minutes away from Stevenson’s Ridge near exit 126 on Interstate 95.  A discounted block of rooms ($92 + tax per night) have been set aside under the name “Emerging Civil War Symposium” for August 7th-9th.  To reserve your room contact the Hampton Inn at 540-898-5000 by July 24th and mention “Emerging Civil War Symposium.”

Refund Policy: Before May 30th: Full Refund

June 1 – June 30th: 50% Refund

After July 1st: No Refund

Early Bird price: $75 (expires April 30th)

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