Occasionally we like to highlight historical events that coincide with our travels and tour offerings. In this case, two significant events occurred in January that we feature in our tours for visits and discussions. They are related to other happenings during the Civil War and one vital closing episode from the War of 1812, the Battle of New Orleans, that took place right downriver from the city of New Orleans and perilously close to home for the folks who lived here at the time.
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Brian Kilmeade, presented an hour-long tribute to our 7th President, and hero at the Battle of New Orleans, Major General Andrew Jackson. It was appropriately entitled: Hero Under Fire. Participating in this program, and walking the battlefield with Kilmeade, was author and historian, Ronald Drez. Those of you who have traveled with Ron…
We are excited to present for the first time our Leadership in American History Symposium & New Orleans Tour February 24-March 3, 2018, a year that marks the 300th anniversary of the City of New Orleans. To give you an idea of what you can expect from our historians, read the abstracts of the lectures on the Revolutionary War, Battle of New Orleans and Lewis and Clark.
We are excited to present for the first time our Leadership in American History Symposium & New Orleans Tour February 24-March 3, 2018, a year that marks the 300th anniversary of the City of New Orleans. Our historians, experts in their field of study and published authors, will be speaking and leading discussions on the role leadership has played throughout history. To give you an idea of what you can expect from our historians, following are the abstracts for the lectures on the Civil War.