Join Kris White, Chris Mackowski, and Garry Adelman, along with special guest historian Parker Hills (Brig. Gen., ret.) of Battle Focus Tours, for a day on the battlefield. Tune in to the great videos ABT has posted on their Facebook page:
Join us from atop Pittsburg Landing in the Shiloh National Cemetery for a summary of how the Union and Confederate Armies end up at Shiloh. Garry Adelman is the Chief Historian of the American Battlefield Trust, and General Parker Hills is representing Battle Focus Tours.
Now we take a look at what led the Confederate Army to Shiloh from the “off the beaten path” location of Johnston’s Last Bivouac just outside of Shiloh National Military Park.
Garry Adelman is the Chief Historian at the American Battlefield Trust, General Parker Hills is representing Battle Focus Tours and Dr. Chris Mackowski comes to us from Emerging Civil War.
Join General Parker Hills of Battle Focus Tours as he details the beginning of the Battle of Shiloh.
General William T. Sherman did not know a Confederate attack was coming until deer and rabbits began scurrying out of the woods. Learn more about the coming attack from General Parker Hills of Battle Focus Tours and Dr. Chris Mackowski of Emerging Civil War.
Join us for a hodgepodge of topics regarding the Shiloh National Military Park and the soldiers who fought there (including General Parker Hills naming the worst man to ever dawn a military uniform).
Garry Adelman is the Chief Historian of the American Battlefield Trust, General Parker Hills comes to us from Battle Focus and Dr. Chris Mackowski is the Editor-in-Chief of Emerging Civil War.
Garry Adelman and General Parker Hills detail one of the most iconic locations of not only the Shiloh battlefield but of the entire Civil War.