- Gathering of Civil War Eagles
- 06.07.2014 - 06.08.2014
- Old Court House Civil War Museum - Winchester
- June 2014
An interactive "first-person" educational seminar hosted by 50 members of "Lee's Lieutenants" and the
"Federal Generals Corps." This is a phenomenon far beyond any other Civil War educational opportunity. The thoughts, emotions and experiences of battle-hardened Generals, who felt the brunt of the war, will be shared with spectators.
Suppose the War Between the States was over; the principal Commanders and both Presidents survived and all were gathered together for a round of discussions regarding the contest. Now suppose you had the opportunity to be at this “gathering” in the form of a representative of the press; able to ask questions of these knowledgeable individuals.
“A Gathering of Civil War Eagles” offers just such an opportunity. The nation's most prominent impressionists of Lincoln, Grant, Custer, Davis, Lee, Stuart and many others engage in debates throughout the weekend and offer themselves to you for those questions you’ve always wanted to ask.
Held in the original 1840’s Winchester Virginia Courthouse in beautifully restored downtown Winchester, you will be transported back in time.NOTE: Unless specified otherwise, all activities will take place in the Court House.
- Old Court House Civil War Museum - Website
- 20 N. Loudoun Street
The Old Court House Civil War Museum is a historic building with graffiti from both Northern and Southern soldiers which also houses a nationally recognized collection of over 3,000 Civil War artifacts. Situated on the Loudoun Street Walking Mall in Old Town Winchester, Virginia, this Georgian style court house was used as a hospital, barracks and prison by both sides during the War.www.civilwarmuseum.org
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