Civil War Tours 2013
Hosted by David A. Ward
Our weekend programs feature two-days of battlefield tours and evening lectures by our guides. Through interpretive lectures, and insightful tour guides, you can feel the experience of the soldiers who wore the Blue & Gray as we travel the roads and walk the fields that have now become our “hallowed ground.”
Our tours also feature two
lunches, continental breakfasts, colorized tactical map packets and of course
the finest interpretive guides as part of your package. The lunches are not a
ham sandwich and a small bag of potato chips.
Instead, we use the catering services of the Virginia Deli in
Along with the best tour
guides and our catered lunches, CIVIL
Our tours have taken
armchair Civil War buffs and historians to the critical battlefields of the
Civil War. Antietam, Bull Run,
Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, South Mountain, Spotsylvania and
the Wilderness have been destinations for CIVIL WAR
David Ward, born in the
anthracite coal region of eastern Pennsylvania, has had a life-long interest in
the Civil War. After graduating from the
He later studied under Dr.
Hugh Davis at Southern Connecticut State University and earned a master’s degree in history in 1988. In
1989 he founded the
Along with his work with the
In 1995 he published “”Of Battlefields and Bitter Feuds: A History of the 96th Pennsylvania Volunteers,”” in CIVIL WAR REGIMENTS and “”Sedgwick’s Foot Cavalry: The March of the Sixth Corps to Gettysburg,”” in the January 2000 issue of the GETTYSBURG MAGAZINE.