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Stonewall Valley Tour Registration Now Open!

Stonewall Valley Tour Registration Now Open!

Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley evokes visions of the Blue Ridge Mountains on one side and the Alleghenies on the other. Join us for a rare tour of the area’s historic sites, including historical farms and museums that have helped make the valley a remarkable and still beautiful place to ponder God’s providence in creation and our responsibility to remember courage, perseverance and faithful service.

Military Historian, Bill Potter

The Beautiful Shenandoah Valley

Home of Stonewall Jackson

Cyrus McCormick Farm

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One of the most beautiful valleys in all the United States, Shenandoah is blessed with incomparable vistas and a temperate climate. Because the Valley runs north to south, it became the avenue of invasion from 1861-1865, the site of many battles and skirmishes of the War for Southern Independence. It is an area that could make or break a general since there were few maps and roads, lots of mountains, and myriads of creeks and rivers to confound and lead armies astray. General Thomas Jonathan Jackson, who unwittingly received the sobriquet of “Stonewall” in the first great battle in Virginia, mastered the terrain and roads of the Valley, as well as the mountain range that bisects the eastern and western ridges. He defeated three separate armies sent to destroy him, and kept the Union leadership in a quandary of indecision.

Washington and Lee University

Lee Chapel

Virginia Military Institute

New Market Battlefield

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Following the end of the war at Appomattox Court House, General Lee accepted the presidency of Washington College in Lexington, which is in Rockbridge County on the southern edge of the Shenandoah Valley. His post-war service to his state and school became legendary and after five years, the school was named after him. Join us as we visit the historical sites and study the character and importance of these two great Christian Generals—Robert E. Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson—where they lived, fought and are buried. We will discuss the controversies and hatred they have engendered among the intellectual pigmies and modern destroyers of Christian civilization. Our heritage is being stolen and destroyed by ideologically driven and irrational forces supported by government, corporate business, the education establishment, and popular culture. You need to join us to help tell the next generation the truth of the past, both sinful and righteous, so they will be equipped to resist when tyranny raises its claws in the coming years.

Frontier Culture Museum

Stonewall Jackson Grave

The Town of Lexington, Virginia

New Market Battlefield Museum

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