Join us for our 5th Annual National Ed Bearss Symposium from April 4 to 8, 2018. This event promises to be one of the most diverse and interesting national events to date. The subject matter will cover everything from the colonial wars through and including WWI. The tours we have scheduled will take us to many sites never before viewed at our event or any other historical seminars conducted by other groups.
This year we are introducing a Scholar in Residence, Texas historian Allen Huffines. Of course, Ed Bearss is on board with an examination of the Battle of Belleau Wood and a tour of the 1814 Battle of Baltimore. Also, please remember at this seminar we will raise money for the Ed Bearss Award. We are looking forward to seeing you as we travel through time and explore the military heritage of America.
View the complete tour itinerary here.
Ted Alexander, Co-Founder
The Scott Hosier Scholarship is offered during our July 25-29, 2018 seminar, “Roads to Gettysburg” and is a full scholarship covering the non-member complete weekend package ($655 value). A $100 stipend for expenses is also offered if the awardee lives outside of a 50 mile radius from Chambersburg, Pa. The scholarship will be awarded to one student this year. The student must be at least 16 years old and must provide proof of student status whether at a high school, university or graduate level.
To apply, please send a letter stating why you would like to attend Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours’ “Roads to Gettysburg” weekend, why you should receive the scholarship, and what your interest is in Civil War history. Applicants must provide proof of student status such as a copy of a student identification card. Application deadline is July 1, 2018. Send applications to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours; 100 Lincoln Way E. Suite A; Chambersburg, Pa 17201.