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1864-65: The Conflict Draws to an End Online Live

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Beginning in May 1864, and stretching for almost 12 months, pivotal military events occurred, east and west, as Confederate and Federal forces fought to determine the destiny of a nation. This course will cover 1864 events in Georgia, including the Atlanta Campaign and the March to the Sea, and will explore the Carolinas Campaign and other important battles in the western theater. Beginning with the Overland Campaign in Virginia, and running through the stacking of arms at Appomattox Court House, we will also review military actions in the east. Students will gain a better understanding of key wartime figures in reviewing the actions of Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis; Lieutenant General U.S. Grant and General Robert E. Lee; Major General William T. Sherman and General Joseph E. Johnston, and many others.  Optional Textbook:  The Civil War: The Final Year Told by Those Who Lived It. ISBN 978-1598532944.

Special notice: This class will be delivered online. You will need access to a computer with an internet connection that remains stable for the duration of the class. Though a chat feature is available, a microphone is preferred. For most productive audio/video participation, a webcam and/or headset are encouraged. Virtual classes may be recorded.

Class Details

4 Session(s)
Weekly - Mon

NA - Online

Michael Shaffer 



Schedule Information

Date(s) Class Days Times Location Instructor(s) Instructional Method
11/6/2023 - 11/27/2023 Weekly - Mon 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM N/A - Online Michael Shaffer  Online