Battle of Wilderness and Spotsylvania
"In the spring of 1964 Abraham Lincoln believed he had finally found a commander who could take on Robert E. Lee and the Army o Northern Virginia - Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant. From a bloody standoff in the wilderness in early May, to brutal combat at Spotsylvania, and south to the meat grinder at Cold Harbor, Grant relentlessly led the Army of the Potomac from one costly battle to the next."
Museum open at 6:30pm. Museum journeys and galleries will be open. Discussion at 7:00pm.
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