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American Civil War: The Situation, The People, The Events
Since this course is intended to provide an overview to a brutal and prolonged conflict, we will begin by examining the situations (social, physical, economic and military) in the United States before and at the start of the civil war. You will learn about some of the key personalities who were relevant to a study of the war and learn some basic terms that need to be understood. As the war begins, relevant strategies as well as opening and early events will be discussed. As the war progresses, several key battles, developments and consequences will be described. As the war concludes, you will learn about the situation post war. If time permits, you will learn about the daily life of Johnny Reb and Billy Yank, Civil War Monuments and bad behaviour, crime and punishment.
Class Size: Max. 50

Instructor: Ernest Pecaski
BIO NOTE: Ernest is a retired elementary school teacher who has had a life-long interest in the American Civil War. He has read extensively on the subject and has visited numerous related sites. He has had numerous interesting experiences related to Civil War study and events and has become friends with several pre-eminent Civil War historians and authors.

Course Info
Course Name American Civil War: The Situation, The People, The Events
Course Cost 0
Buffet No
Special Notice No
Material Cost 0
Extra Fees 0
Instructors
Instructor
  • Ernest Pecaski

Class Location
Campus
Name of LocationONLINE Zoom Course
AddressA Zoom Meeting Link will be emailed to you the day before the course starts, ,

Schedule
Date Start Time End Time
2021-03-04 10:00 AM 12:00 PM

This course is full. Please call (519) 253-3000 x4944 to be waitlisted.