Reaping the Whirlwind: The Battle of Gettysburg, The 2008 Liberty University Civil War Seminar March 28-30, Lynchburg, Virginia
Steven Woodworth on the Lee/Davis/Cabinet Schism over the Invasion and
Kent Masterson Brown on Lee's Plans for the Retreat
Troy Harmon on Lee's Plan for the Battle and for Pickett's Charge and
Ethan Rafus on Lee' and Meade's Plans for their corps commanders
Brian Melton on the Slocum's deliberate speed and
Warren Robinson on Jeb Stuart's deliberate impetuosity
Bradley Gottfried on the Union Artillery and
Ben Maryniak on the Union Chaplains
Tom Dejardin on Joshua Chamberlain in the hands Michael Shaara and
Richard Williams on Joshua Chamberlain in the hands of God
Jerry Markham on the 11th Virginia and
David Rider on Berdan's Sharpshooters at Gettysburg
Brenda Ayers on Gettysburg's female civilians and
Delanie Stephenson on Jenny Wade
Steven Woodworth on the Pickett-Pettigrew-Trimble Charge
Ethan Rafuse on George Meade's strategy before and after the battle
Ervin Jordan on African-Americans in the Confederate army at Gettysburg and
Darlene and Michael Graves giving a dramatic reading of the Gettysburg Address with segments of The Gettysburg Gosple by Gabor Borrit
The Second South Carolina Band on the dance floor
Woodworth on the death of Jackson: "God said no to Lee."
Rafuse on Meade: "Meade was mortally wounded at Glendale and took ten years to die."
Harmon on Lee's Invasion Plan: "Lee was aware that a Napoleonic maxim stated that 90 men per acre per day was required while in the enemy's territory."
Harmon on Lee's Plan for Pickett's Charge: "There were six clumps of trees on Cemetery Ridge."
Robinson on Stuart's Ride to the battlefield: "210 miles in ten days whipped Stuart's cavalry."
Brian Melton on Slocum: "Slocum understood himself to be the commander of the right wing and Meade was unaware that Slocum thought that."
Civil War Librarian and his Civil War Lady still standing after a 6:30p-10:00p set of reels and polkas.