Losing Lee's Right Arm: The Death and Legacy of Stonewall Jackson

May 15, 2013- Losing Lee's Right Arm: The Death and Legacy of Stonewall Jackson
On May 10, 1863, Lieutenant General Thomas Jonathan Jackson died at Guinea Station, Va, after being wounded following the Battle of Chancellorsville. His body laid in state in Richmond on May 11th and 12th before being transported to Lexington for burial on the 15th. On the 150th anniversary of that funeral, famed Jackson biographer Dr. James I. Robertson, Jr. will speak on those historic events and the wider impact of the general’s passing. Seating for this exclusive event at Hanover Tavern is limited. Reservations are required. Click the title above for more information and to register.

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  • Donna

    Sorry I cannot attend now :(

    May 14, 2013

  • Jerome D.

    No tickets..

    May 13, 2013

  • dave.d

    Didn't get tickets, my bad

    May 13, 2013

  • Sue

    Just a heads up... this event is no longer posted on the Hanover Tavern website as it is full. If you have already registered and paid for your ticket, you will, of course, be admitted. If you have not, I don't think you will be able to purchase tickets ($25) at the door.

    May 7, 2013

  • nicolette

    Again, just want to get these out there..will change my RSVP if I can go!!

    March 22, 2013

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