Mark your Calendars:
April 4-6, 2018
Join us for a comprehensive, on-the-ground
exploration of the monumental 1862 battle
with Chief Park Ranger
Stacy Allen 

No more knows the Battle of Shiloh better than Stacy Allen—long-time Historian at Shiloh National Military Park—and no one relates the story of that pivotal battle in such an engaging and compelling fashion. As Chief Park Ranger at Shiloh today, Stacy's duties leave little time for full-scale tours, but we have secured his dedicated services for two, full-day outings to cover the battlefield (and environs) in detail. Don't miss this opportunity to take in one of America's most pristine and important military parks, and to gain a fuller understanding of an exceedingly complex battle in company with the nation's premier authority on Shiloh.
Thure de Thulstrup / Library of Congress
“Shiloh was the first battle on a scale that became commonplace during the next three years. The 20,000 killed and wounded at Shiloh (about equally distributed between the two sides) were nearly double the 12,000 battle casualties at Manassas, Wilson’s Creek, Fort Donelson, and Pea Ridge combined. . . . Before Shiloh, Grant had believed that one more Union victory would end the rebellion; now he ‘gave up all idea of saving the Union except by complete conquest.’ Shiloh launched the country onto the floodtide of total war.”    —James McPherson, Battle Cry of Freedom
Wednesday, April 4: 5:00–7:00  p.m. 
Corinth Interpretive Center: registration, orientation and overview
Thursday, April 5 and Friday, April 6: all-day bus and walking tours of Shiloh. The bus departs our hotel at 7:30 a.m. and returns at 5:30 p.m. both days. Box lunches will be provided Thursday and Friday for picnics on the field. 
*** Stick around after the tour to enjoy a number of anniversary events scheduled at the park for Saturday and Sunday -- schedule to be posted here once it's available *** 

Holiday Inn Express and Suites
2106 US Hwy 72W & Hwy 45 Bypass
Corinth, MS 38835
(662) 287-1407
$102 (plus tax) for King or Double Queen Room
—full, hot breakfast included—
(tell them you're with Woodbury Historical Tours)
Lodging is not included in your registration

$325 includes Wednesday evening event at the Corinth Interpretive Center, a seat on the bus and box lunches for both full-day tours. Also included in your registration: a signed, hardcover, hot-off-the-presses, copy of The Generals of Shiloh, by Larry Tagg (available in January, 2018, from Savas Beatie, retail value of $32.95). Your book will be mailed to you in January, so you can delve in before our tour. Read about this important new release here. 

David Woodbury

PO Box 60085
Palo Alto, CA 94306
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Seats (and copies of The Generals of Shiloh) are limited, so make your reservations soon. 

The closest major airport to Corinth is Memphis (approximately a 1.5-hour drive). Transportation from the airport will require a rental car. 

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