As we continue to encourage lifelong learning, we realize that sometimes we can learn more by putting down the book, getting out of the classroom, and going. Go with us – Let’s Travel Together!
“Looking For Revenge” – A Civil War Tour To Tupelo & Oxford, MS. – FULL
• Thursday, March 30 – Sunday, April 2, 2017
Join John and Jeannie Alexander as we travel to northern Mississippi for our eleventh annual Civil War tour. This year’s theme “Looking for Revenge” has Union Generals A.J. Smith and Benjamin Grierson facing off with Stephen Lee and Nathan Bedford Forrest in July 1864 at Tupelo, Mississippi. Our guided tour of the campaign will include stops in Memphis, Tupelo, Oxford and places in between. This trip, as usual, will add some surprises and a few new friendships along the way.
Abraham Lincoln’s Kentucky • Wed., May 31 – Fri., June 2, 2017
Illinois and Indiana claim him as one of their own, but Abraham Lincoln was born in Kentucky, while his wife, best friend, and political idol called the “Bluegrass State” home. Join Dr. Samuel Wheeler, Illinois State Historian, as we travel to the state where the sites and stories will reveal the sixteenth president’s deep personal connection to Kentucky and the critical role it played in the war that divided the nation.
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