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The Historical Significance of the Battles of Antietam & Gettysburg: Q&A with Jeff Miller

The Historical Significance of the Battles of Antietam & Gettysburg: Q&A with Jeff Miller

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May 14, 2020

6:00pm – 7:00pm

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**Not a St. Philip's event**

Anyone who has set foot in the rectory for the annual Advent Drop-In or a newcomers event and laid eyes on the Civil War books and artifacts therein might describe our rector as a history buff. In fact, the Rev. Jeffrey S. Miller has a degree in history, and before he went into ministry, he worked for the National Parks Service at several historic sites, so a more accurate term for him would be "expert." This Thursday at 6:00 p.m., he will be delivering the A's in "The Historical Significance of the Battles of Antietam & Gettysburg: Q&A with Jeff Miller," an interactive session on the strategic, logistical and political factors that led up to Lee’s decision to take his army across the Potomac River in early September 1862. To register to attend this webinar, an installment of Connoisseurs Tours virtual "Evening With Experts," click the link in our bio!

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