The National Civil War Chaplains Museum
Love Letters of Lynchburg
By Bill Minor
A spoken word exchange of letters throughout the Civil War–script and original music by Bill Minor. these letters–exchanged by Charles Minor Blackford and his wife Susan from the time he rode off to First Manassas up through the Fall of Richmond (written under the most trying conditions borne with inspiring equilibrium)–may rank among the more insightful, full observant, and poignant love letters saved from that “dreadful war.” At its end, the couple returned to the home they had lost and spent the rest of their days (and nights) in fortunate union with one another.
The Liberty University Tower Theater
Tuesday, April 29, 2014 7:00 PM
Admission $10 Adults $5 Students
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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY TO HOST the 2013 CIVIL WAR SEMINAR,
“1863—THE CONFLAGRATION CONTINUES”
“Breechloaders & Greencoats” by Dale Gallon – Image courtesy of Gallon Historical Art www.gallon.com
LYNCHBURG, VA — Liberty University will present its 17th annual Civil War Seminar, “1863—The Conflagration Continues,” on Friday, Sept. 13-Sunday, Sept. 15, at the Arthur S. DeMoss Learning Center, located on the main campus of LU.
The following nationally renowned speakers will cover key topics of 1863:
Rod Gragg—“Gettysburg: An Eyewitness History” (Key Note Address)
“The 26th North Carolina at Gettysburg”
Dr. John Brinsfield—“Chaplains at Gettysburg”
Hunter Lesser—”Lincoln’s Odd Trick: Heroes, Rascals & Rogues of West Virginia Statehood”
Major John Plaster—“Sharpshooters of the Civil War”
“The Rifles of Gettysburg”
Michael Leavy—“Railroads of the Civil War: An Illustrated History”
In addition to the lectures, papers will be presented by scholars from around the country.
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, September 15, led by the Rev. Alan Farley of Re-enactor’s Missions for Jesus Christ.
A special banquet will be held Friday night; admission is $25.
The cost for Saturday’s lectures is $25/person or $35/family.
A silent auction will be held at the banquet to raise funds for the National Civil War Chaplains Museum’s purchase of the only known surviving US Christian Commission flag.
Special rates for Home School families. Call for more info.
For more information about the seminar, including times, go to www.liberty.edu/civilwar or call 434-592-4366.
Everyone is encouraged to secure reservations for the seminar by Monday, Sept. 9. Go to www.liberty.edu/tickets or call (434) 582-SEAT (7328).
Special lodging rates at the Wingate by Wyndham of Lynchburg are available for seminar attendees. For information, call (434) 845-1700 or go to Wingate’s website.
Continuing Education (CEU) credits are available. For more information, call Liberty’s Center for Professional and Continuing Education at (434) 592-4718, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.liberty.edu/cpce.
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