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  1. “Everybody was full of confidence”: The Origins of the Chancellorsville Campaign

    May 5, 2023, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

    Chancellor House Site

    This program will compare the experiences of the US and Confederate armies during the spring of 1863 and uncover the leadership decisions that brought them to Chancellorsville. Learn about the changes made by each army after the Battle of Fredericksburg, such as the creation of the US Bureau of Military Information, and the civilians who interacted with the armies, including enslaved people who responded to the newly released Emancipation Proclamation. (45 minutes, stationary, outdoors, visitors are welcome to bring a chair or blanket, wheelchair accessible)

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  2. Reconsidering a Battlefield Landmark

    May 5, 2023, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    Hazel Grove Artillery Position

    While Hazel Grove is commonly known as a Confederate artillery position, other significant events transpired there throughout the battle. Examine how historians and the National Park Service have remembered and interpreted these stories. (90 minutes, stationary, outdoors, visitors are welcome to bring a chair or blanket)

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  3. 2023 Patriot Park Concert Series

    May 5, 2023, 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
    Patriot Park

    NO Alcohol! Bring your own chair or blanket. Concessions available, in case of rain, concerts will be moved indoors to the Marshall Center. Bands: Uncle Drew and the Scoundrels Cactus Jack Band Spotsy Patsy & the Country Classics Billy & the Backbeats

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  4. Jackson Wounding Walking Tour

    May 5, 2023, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center Picnic Area

    Join park staff to examine the varying accounts and meanings behind the historical hyper-focus of the wounding of Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson by his own men in the darkness on May 2, 1863. Work together to compare accounts and areas where writers differ. Consider how we analyze these different narratives, work through mysteries and evidence, and better understand the role of memory and the Lost Cause in our collective memory of this fatal night reconnaissance. (1 hour, less than 0.2 mile walk, wheelchair accessible)

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  5. 160th Chancellorsville Living History

    May 5, 2023, 7:00 PM - May 7, 2023, 4:00 PM

    1781 Brewery/ Wilderness Run Vineyards

    The event will be a large-scale authentic living history that will include battle demonstrations, camp life, picket duty, skirmishes, lantern/torch tours, and notorious hospital scenarios. Should be about 100-150 reenactors. Maybe more!

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