Course detail: OSH124 - The Civil War in the East, 1861-1865
This course will examine the crucial eastern theater of the Civil War. First we'll review the first two years of the war where Confederate tactical dominance consistently defeated larger Union armies. Then we'll review the pivotal year 1863 and Lee and Jackson's great victory at Chancellorsville and the war's great turning-point with the Union's victory at Gettysburg. Finally, we'll look in depth at Grant's assumption of command in the east and his brilliant "overland campaign" culminating in the siege of Petersburg and the South's surrender at Appomattox. In addition to the emphasis on the military campaign, the social and political events in the east will also be discussed.

 Session Detail:  OC18318F (8 seats (16%) remaining)
Schedule: Every week on Wednesday, starting on 06/06/18 and ending on 06/20/18
Times: 06:30pm - 08:30pm
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Robert Smith
Robert Smith
Biography: Robert Smith, PhD, is the Director of the Fort Riley Museum. He has a doctorate in history from KSU, and has published numerous articles on military history. No image available

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Meadowlark Hills
2121 Meadowlark Rd
Manhattan, KS 66502