Tour the Cold Harbor Battlefield with Nat’l. Park Historian Bob Krick!

The Civil War Preservation Trust (CWPT) cordially invites you and your friends and family to an exclusive tour of the Cold Harbor Battlefield in Hanover County, led by National Park Service historian Bob Krick.

This tour provides a unique opportunity to visit an important site with others who are committed to preserving Hanover County’s rich Civil War heritage. The morning’s program, featuring a guided tour by a noted historian, will provide you in depth information far beyond the standard overview visitors receive at Cold Harbor.

Lunch will be provided by CWPT immediately following the tour. During lunch, we will discuss preservation challenges at Cold Harbor and in Hanover County. A local preservation activist will be present to outline ways for you to get involved in preservation efforts in your communities. CWPT staff members will also be available to discuss battlefield preservation projects in the region and around the country.

We hope you will take the time to join us for an exciting day at Cold Harbor!

What: Cold Harbor Battlefield tour
When: Saturday, September 29th from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. with lunch to follow
Where: Meet at the Cold Harbor Battlefield Visitor Center, 5515 Anderson-Wright Drive

To RSVP, please email Brent Laurenz at blaurenz@civilwar.org or call 202-367-1861 (ext. 220) by September 25, 2007.

Directions to Cold Harbor Battlefield:
From I-295: Take exit 34A for Creighton Road. Merge onto Creighton Road and follow for approximately 1 mile. Turn right at VA-156 and follow for approximately 2 miles. Cold Harbor Battlefield will be on your left on Anderson-Wright Drive.

We look forward to seeing you at Cold Harbor on September 29th!

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