Civil War Seminars

2015 Civil War Tour Testimonials

“I have checked all ‘great’ because I mean it. I can think of no improvements that can be made. Just keep up the good field tours and getting such outstanding speakers. They cannot be surpassed.” -Daniel J., New York, Ed Bearss Symposium 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“This is our first conference, and we have learned so much, gained friendships and appreciate the hard work of everyone involved…The conference was excellent – great speakers, good organization. Thanks to all.”  - Jane J., Wisconsin, Ed Bearss Symposium 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“Another informative & enjoyable weekend – always look forward to the seminars!” – Nancy C., Pennsylvania, Iron Brigade 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“This is only my second seminar (I also did last Spring) and I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my experiences both times. Great people, well-organized, informal yet highly informative, generally excellent speakers/guides, good food & communion and overall wonderful experiences. Thanks for pulling these together.” - Mike V., Michigan, Iron Brigade 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“A well organized and executed seminar manned by willing, helpful, cooperative and professional staff.” - Jay K., North Carolina, End of the War 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“This was my 4th Chambersburg seminar and I thought the lectures were the best. Consistently interesting and ranging from good to excellent. The Saturday night talk by Mike Gorman was outstanding.” – Mark S., Connecticut, End of the War 2015 Civil War Tour Attendee

“Great seminar! The speakers were top notch. I had never been to the D.C. Civil War sites, so this was a real treat. We were able to drive up the driveway to Dr. Mudd’s House, which was nice to see. Great job team – Ted, Scott, & Lark.” - Gail D., Massachusetts, Lincoln 2015 Civil War Tour

“Excellent as always. I always learn so much that I can later delve into.” - Donna M., Pennsylvania, Lincoln 2015 Civil War Tour

Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours hosts Civil War tours led by nationally recognized historians since 1989.