The following lectures will feature nationally renowned authors:
In addition to the lectures, papers will be presented by scholars from around the country. There will also be an online simulation of the Battle of Antietam by teams of high school and college students.
Numerous exhibits of Civil War artifacts and memorabilia will be on display for the public and vendors will have various Civil War items for sale.
Special tours of the National Civil War Chaplains Museum on Liberty’s campus will be conducted in the afternoon each day.
The seminar will conclude with a special period church service at Liberty’s prayer chapel on Sunday, led by the Rev. Alan Farley of Re-enactor’s Missions for Jesus Christ.
The event is free to all middle, high school, college, and home-schooled students.
A special banquet will be held Friday night; admission is $20. The cost for Saturday’s lectures is $15/person or $25/family.
For more information, including times, go to www.liberty.edu/civilwar. Everyone is encouraged to secure reservations for the seminar by Monday, Sept. 24. Go to www.liberty.edu/tickets or call (434) 582-SEAT (7328).