2011 Civil War Institute

Jubal Early's 1864 Summer Campaign
June 24 - 26, 2011

Past Programs

Presented by the Shenandoah Civil War Associates, June 24-26, 2011. Program which began on the campus of James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Va., included presentations by NPS Historian Ted Alexander on the Confederate burning of Chambersburg and Greg Starbuck, Executive Director, Historic Sandusky Foundation, who spoke on the Battle of Lynchburg, the beginning of Early's 1864 campaign.

A two day bus tour of Monocacy, Fort Stevens, Cool Spring, and 2nd Kernstown Battlefields was led by Scott C. Patchan, author of "Shenandoah Summer: The 1864 Valley Campaign" took place on June 25-26.

2011 Pictures

Friday, June 24

12:00
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1:00
  Check -in at Allegheny Room , James Madison University Festival and Student Center
1:15
    Greg Starbuck- “Defending Hearth and Home: The Battle for Lynchburg.”
2:15
 
    Ted Alexander- “The Burning of Chambersburg.”
3:15 
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4:00   Book Signing
4:00
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5:00
  Scott Patchan- “Shenandoah Summer: The 1864 Valley Campaign.”
6:15
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7:00   Reception- Foyer- Festival Center, Ball Room B
7:00
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9:00   Dinner

Saturday, June 25

8:00
 
  Bus departs JMU Festival Center
8:15
 
  Bus departs Sleep Inn
10:30
 
  Arrival Monocacy Battlefield
10:30
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12:30
  Tour Battlefield
12:30
 
  Box Lunch
2:00
 
  Tour Ft. Stevens and National Cemetery
4:00
 
  Check in Tysons Corner Marriott
7:00
 
  Dinner at the Marriott

Sunday, June 26

8:30
 
  Depart Tysons Corner Marriott
10:30
 
  Tour Cool Spring Battlefield
12:30
 
  Lunch -Rutherford Farm
2:00
 
  Tour Second Kernstown Battlefield
4:00
 
  Tour Second Kernstown Battlefield

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