Ohio at Chickamauga

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Wednesday September 14

6:30 PM  –  8:00 PM

Online registration for this program closes at 5:00 pm the day before. 

Virtual program - Zoom link will be emailed prior to the event.

(Please be sure to check your Junk or Spam folder if you do not see the Zoom link in your Inbox).

Presenter: Dan Masters 

Chickamauga truly lived up to its name as "the river of death" as Ohio lost more soldiers in this battle than in any other of the entire war. The state of Ohio contributed more soldiers to the Army of the Cumberland than any other state, while Ohioans also held numerous command positions within the army starting with commanding General William S. Rosecrans. Buckeyes fought on every portion of the field, from the opening shots near Jay's Mill on September 19th to the gallant stand of the 21st Ohio on Horseshoe Ridge on September 20th. And Buckeye-born General Bushrod Johnson turned in his best performance of the war while leading a division on the Confederate side. 

Class cancellations can happen if enrollment minimums are not met two days prior to the class. If your class is canceled you will be contacted via phone or email.