Due to maintenance being conducted by the National Park Service at Jumonville Glen, we will not be able to visit this site of the symbolic first shots of the French and Indian War. However, we have an excellent substitute. We will be visiting the actual site of Braddock’s Defeat. Through the hospitality of Mr. Bob Messner, Director of the Braddock’s Battlefield History Center, we will visit the museum which features relics from the battle; and view a number of terrain features that remain from the battle. Among them; the ridge line held by the French and Indians and the ford on the river where the British army crossed. This is a rare opportunity to visit a battle site that most people never see. In the afternoon we will visit Braddock’s grave and tour Fort Necessity. We look forward to seeing you.
Please contact Lark with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-264-7101.
Ted Alexander & Lark Plessinger
Welcome to our 2016 Chambersburg Civil War Tour with “Gettysburg Day 3 & Beyond” – we are excited to host you! Please click here to view the brochure.
We’ll kick off the seminar with talks by Jennifer Murray, Joe Mieczkowski and Jeff Wert on Wednesday evening. Following that we’ll host traditional bus tours on Thursday and Saturday with leading historians.
Friday will feature all day sessions given by nine speakers and also our Annual Luhn Memorial Silent Auction will raise funds for Battlefield Preservation. Please feel free to bring donations—all proceeds go toward preservation. We’ve raised $185,000 to date.
We’ll end this fantastic conference with rarely seen sites led by Steve French as we follow the retreat of the Confederate wagon train of wounded on Sunday.
We look forward to seeing you for four to five days of education, great fellowship, delicious food, and fun. Please click here for the complete itinerary and pricing.
- Ted Alexander, Co-founder & Facilitator
- Lark Plessinger, Program Coordinator