Lancaster Civil War Round Table
The Life and Times of Colonel John S. Mosby
October 19, 2013
John Singleton Mosby was one of the great characters of his era. He, like many fellow citizens, was drawn reluctantly into the War Between the States; and, like some others from that period, became famous -- or infamous, depending on your point of view -- as a result his wartime activities.
The tour includes numerous Mosby-related sites in Warrenton, Va. including:
Afternoon sites include several in the Marshall and Rectortown areas, Atoka
You will pass through Middleburg and see several Mosby-related sites enroute to Aldie Mill and, finally, Mount Zion Church, where Lt. Mosby met his "first 15" and, in July 1864, handily defeated 150 Federal cavalry in classic Mosby fashion. Throughout the tour, you will hear a birth-to-death narrative of John Singleton Mosby, the Gray Ghost of the Confederacy.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF COLONEL JOHN S. MOSBY
OCTOBER 19, 2013
Departure from AC MOORE parking lot (Lancaster Shopping Center)
Lancaster, PA 17601
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