This two-part lecture series will explore the context of these two military campaigns, the unique impact of battle on a civilian population trapped in the vortex of combat, and the experiences of the common soldiers who fought the battles, along with the generals who won and lost them. The class will be taught by A. Wilson Greene, director of Pamplin Historical Park and former staff historian at the Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania National Military Park. The class is intended for those with at least a rudimentary grounding in Civil War history and who seek to learn more about the pivotal battle that set the stage for Gettysburg. (vahistoricalsociety)
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