BRCWRT Spring Tour Marching Orders

Saturday, June 25, 2022 @ 8:00 am

BRCWRT proudly announces its 2022 Spring Tour, Stonewall Jackson’s 1862 Flank March, which will be led by Hank Elliott, Manassas National Battlefield (MNBP) Park Ranger. We will meet at the MNBP Visitor’s Center on Henry House Hill at 8:00 AM. The tour will follow the very rich historical route (44 Miles) taken by Jackson’s Wing of the Army of Northern Virginia on its march around the right flank of MajGen John Pope’s Army of Virginia to Bristow Station on August 25-26, 1862. The tour will be conducted by carpool so expect to consolidate at the Visitor’s Center to minimize the size of the car caravan. Our tour will highlight sites and events associated with this march. It will include 10 stops and we anticipate arriving back at the Henry Hill Visitor Center approx. 5 PM.  

BRCWRT Field Trip & Tour Committee





Virtual Zoom, Facebook, In-person:
  14 July
2022 7:00 PM

Topic: "August 27: The Critical Actions of the Second Manassas Campaign“

Speaker: Kevin Pawlak

 
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Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7 PM.
2022 Scheddule

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Jan 13

Historian and Author Ryan Quint  " Battle of Dranesville VA , December 1861"

Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible

Feb 10

Historian and Author Bill Backus "All Quiet Along the Potomac Tonight”: the Potomac River Blockade of 1861-1862“

Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible

Mar 10

Historian and VCWT Director Drew Gruber "Battle of Eltham’s Station Va  May 1862“

Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible

Apr 14
Historian and Author Greg Mertz  “The Battle of Shiloh, April 1862”

Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible

May 12

Historian and Author Scott Patchan " Federal Colonel Joseph Thoburn in the Valley” Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible
June 9
Author and Historian John Carter   “Centreville VA Civil War Defenses 1861-1862“ Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible
July 14
Historian and Author Kevin Pawlak ““August 27: The Critical Actions of the Second Manassas Campaign”
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible
August 16
Historian and Author Michael Block “Battle of Cedar Mountain Aug 1862"
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible; New book….title may change
Sept 8
Historian and Author Dan Welch “ Battle of Antietam Creek Sept 17, 1862"
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible; New Book….title may change
Oct 13
Author and Historian Jon-Erik Gilot “Albert G. Jenkins’ Trans-Allegheny Raid"
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible; title may change
Nov 10
TBD
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible
Dec 8
Author and Historian  Dr. Chris Mackowski "  Battle of Fredericksburg  December 13, 1862”
Zoom & Facebook/In-person when possible.






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