Here is another cavalry seminar this spring. I will be setting up selling books myself at this event. I am particularly looking forward to hearing my good friend Horace "The Manly Man" Mewborn speak on John Mosby. Dr. Robertson will give the keynote speech on Friday night. He is working with the Chaplain's Museum at Liberty University.
The 14th Annual Liberty University
Civil War Seminar
"Jine the Cavalry": The US and CSA Cavalry in the Civil War.
March 26 @6:30 PM–9:30 PM March 27 @8:30 AM–4:30 PM March 28 @9:00 AM–10:00 AM
March 26–Kickoff Banquet at Pate Chapel at the Thomas Road Baptist Church, Lynchburg, VA
March 27–Speaker Presentations and Artifact Displays at The Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center on the Campus of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
March 28–Period Worship Service at The R.C. Whorley Prayer Chapel on the Campus of Liberty University, Lynchburg, VA
Contact Info: 434-592-4366 or email@example.com
Dr. James I. Robertson, Key Note Address
Kent Masterson Brown, John Hunt Morgan
Scott Patchan, Phillip Sheridan
Dr. Brian Wills, Nathan Bedford Forrest
Eric J. Wittenberg, Custer and the Calvary Actions at Gettysburg
Jeffrey Wert, JEB Stuart
Horace Mewborn, John Mosby
Dr. Brenda Ayres, Flora: Mrs. J.E.B. Stuart
Steven Alexander, George Custer During the Latter Part of the Civil War
Delanie Stephenson, Libbie Custer: In the Shadow of Her Husband
Rev. Alan Farley, Period Church Service Sunday, March 28, 2009)
Admission: Everyone is encouraged to secure reservations for this seminar by Monday, March 1. Admission to the seminar prior to March 1 is $60 (which includes all of the seminar sessions, the Friday night banquet, and Saturday's luncheon). After March 2 the admission price is $65. After March 24 the admission price is $75. Admission for Friday only is $35 which includes the kick-off banquet. Admission for Saturday only is $40 which includes breakfast and lunch.
Other Info: In addition to the speakers presentations, there will be a silent auction on Friday, March 26, 2009 to benefit the National Civil War Chaplains Museum. There will also be displays and vendors on Saturday, March 27, 2009.
Breakfast and lunch on Saturday also provided.