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THE G. A. R. CIVIL WAR MUSEUM AND ARCHIVE PRESENTS A SPECIAL PROGRAM:
SUNDAY, AUGUST 7, 2022 AT 1:00PM
A VIRTUAL ZOOM PROGRAM
A CONVERSATION WITH MAJOR GENERAL GEORGE HENRY THOMAS
General George H. Thomas was born in Virginia in 1816. He graduated from West Point in 1840, where he also served as an instructor in artillery and cavalry.
Thomas served in the Seminole and Mexican Wars where he was breveted three times for gallantry.
Thomas had a distinguished military career defeating General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson at Falling Waters, and becoming one of only five Major Generals in the Regular Army as authorized by Congress at that time.
For his heroic actions at the Battle of Chickamauga he become known as "The Rock of Chickamauga."
General Thomas is presented by historian William S. (Bill) Vosseler.
Bill is a well known historian, researcher and reenactor. He founded the Union Library Civil War Round Table, serves as Executive Director of the American Civil War Charitable Trust, and is a member of the Confederation of Union Generals.
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