Shiloh & Battle of Corinth
Wednesday-Saturday, April 20-23, 2016

[SOLD OUT] Wednesday-Saturday, April 20-23, 2016
[WAITLIST ONLY] Wednesday-Saturday, October 26-29, 2016

Enrollment fee is $550 (Does not include lodging)

Battlefield Guides
The legendary Ed Bearss and the leading Shiloh battlefield expert, Tim Smith are scheduled to lead this tour.

In the Spring of 1862, Union forces engaged Confederate troops in a series of campaigns waged for control of Kentucky and western Tennessee. At stake were a number of critical waterways and rail lines that led to the heartland of the South. This tour provides an in-depth look at the Battle of Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862). With five times the casualties of First Manassas, Shiloh was the bloodiest battle in United States history up to that time. We will also examine the Battle of Corinth.

Wednesday – April 20, 2016 / October 26, 2016
8:00 pm Gather for an orientation and lecture by Tim Smith at the Inn at Pickwick Landing.

Thursday – April 21, 2016 / October 27, 2016
In an attempt to destroy the Western Union offensive once and for all, Confederate forces – under Albert Sydney Johnston – attacked Grant’s Army camped near Shiloh Church. We will walk the hallowed ground of Fraley’s Field, the Peach Orchard, Bloody Pond and the Hornets’ Nest.

Friday – April 22, 2016 / October 28, 2016
The Confederates achieved considerable success on the first day of the battle, but as we’ll learn today, they were ultimately defeated on Day 2. We will tour Pittsburg Landing, Grant’s Last Line and Water Oaks Pond. This crushing defeat ended Confederate hopes of blocking the Union advance into northern Mississippi.

Saturday – April 23, 2016 / October 29, 2016
Following the Battle of Shiloh, the Confederate army fell back to Corinth. We’ll trace their route and visit sites associated with the siege of Corinth on October 3-4, 1862 and the Battle of the Hatchee. The tour ends back at Pickwick Landing at approximately 4:30 pm.

We have reserved a block of 35 rooms for 3 nights (April 20, 21, & 22) at the Inn at Pickwick Landing. The rates are: $81 (+tax) for Wednesday & Thursday nights, and $88 (+tax) for Friday night. Continental breakfast is included in the rate.

Please note: Pickwick Landing is a very popular state park and the Pickwick Landing Inn generally sells out in the month of April. These special group rates apply until 40 days out (March 10) at which time any rooms in our reserved group block not sold will be released and subsequent bookings will be based on availability and higher room rates may apply. The hotel cancellation policy is as follows: If you need to cancel between the time you make your room reservation and 45 days prior to arrival date, the hotel will issue a 100% refund. If you cancel your room 44-30 days prior to arrival date, a 50% refund will be given by the hotel. If canceled 29 days or less - the hotel will issue no refund.

Pickwick Landing Inn Tel (731) 689-3135
Pickwick Landing State Park
116 State Park Rd, Pickwick Landing Dam, TN 38326
Reservation Code: Civil War Tours

What is Included in Tour Cost:
Expert Battlefield Guide(s)
• 3 Lunches
• Motorcoach Transportation While on Tour
• Map Book
• Bottled Water and Soda on Bus

What is not Included in Tour Cost:
• Breakfasts, Dinners
• Transportation to the Inn at Pickwick Landing

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