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Brandy Station 150th Event

Here is something to do, if you find yourself in Culpeper County in a few months:

THE BATTLE OF BRANDY STATION
June 9, 1863
150TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2013
Time: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
SPECIAL GUEST HISTORIAN GUIDE – CLARK “BUD” HALL

Bud Hall, the nation’s leading expert on the Battle of Brandy Station, will be conducting a uniquely rare walking tour of remote battlefield sites that have never before been visited by any tour group. Priceless anti-bellum homes and bucolic river fords are just a few of the historically significant and scenic sites that will be visited on this special tour. This is an exceptional Sesquicentennial event that you will not want to miss! All tour materials including maps and handouts will be provided. A bag lunch, hat, sunscreen, bug spray and walking shoes are suggested for this tour which will take place rain or shine. Come join us as we commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Brandy Station!

To sign up for this special FREE tour of the largest cavalry engagement of the Civil War, accompanied by the leading authority on Brandy Station, click here and follow the registration instructions shown thereon.

For further details contact: Loudoun County Civil War Round Table.

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