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Upcoming Events

Civil War in the West Tour
March 7-8, 2018

Join military historian Bill Potter on this fascinating tour of the Civil War in Middle Tennessee. We will visit several sites in Nashville on Wednesday and more sites in Spring Hill/Franklin on Thursday, ending in time to make the opening session at the Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention in Nashville* where Bill Potter will be speaking.

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FREE TOUR!

The Battle of Pea Ridge was the decisive battle in the first two years in the trans-Mississippi theatre of the Civil War. We will drive and walk the entire battlefield, so well preserved and marked thanks to the efforts of the Walton family to preserve this rural treasure.

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The Atlanta Campaign
April 4-5, 2018

Join us for a one-of-a-kind tour of the sites and sounds of the climactic fight for Atlanta. Come hear the accounts of the flesh-and-blood soldiers of both sides and the citizens of Atlanta who were caught up in the devastation of the War. The tour ends in time to make the opening session at the Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention in Atlanta where Bill Potter will be speaking.

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Explore the most diverse, iconic, fascinating, provocative, educational, and entertaining historical sites imaginable. Even if you have been to the nation’s capital city before, you may not have seen all the places of this expedition nor interpreted each of them in the light of God’s providence, as we will do together.

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Mobile, Alabama Tour
May 2-3, 2018

Explore some of this southern seaport’s most historic sites as we tour a battleship and an authentic submarine, and peruse vintage aircraft. Learn of local heroes and villains as we visit Magnolia Cemetery; notables such as Braxton Bragg, James Battle, Dr. Josiah Nott, Governor John Gayle, Augusta Evans Wilson, Michael Krafft, and Apache Indian Chappo Geronimo.

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The Shenandoah Valley Tour
May 16-19, 2018

Replete with glittering streams, lush farmland and picturesque battlefields, the Shenandoah Valley evokes images of immigrant homesteads flourishing in the beautiful Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains and the broad valleys beneath. Historian Bill Potter will lead us to some of the most significant historic sites in the storied “Valley of Virginia.”

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Riches of Richmond Tour
May 21-23, 2018

Join us as we visit the most significant historic sites of the Richmond area including Pamplin Park, Chimborazo Hospital, Polegreen Church and more. Virginia is the “Mother of Presidents” as well as the “Cradle of the Nation” and many important places are yet redolent with the memories of the Virginia founders.

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This tour will be a special time for fellowship, study, and remembrance in places where our country was formed — Jamestown, Yorktown and Williamsburg. Walk the halls of the historic homes — Mount Vernon, Monticello, Scotchtown and Arlington — and learn about the great men and women that shaped our nation.

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Scotland Adventure
Lowlands/Highlands July 8-14/15-21

John Knox, Patrick Hamilton, William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, The Black Douglas, William Guthrie, Highland Games… Come explore the amazing history of Scotland, where freedom and fidelity to Christ were inextricably linked and the roots of American Christianity were planted. This trip is always a favorite of those that come!

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Grand Canyon Adventure
July 29 – August 2, 2018

Landmark Events is teaming with Canyon Ministries to raft through this gigantic remnant of the Biblical Flood, where the rocks and the river testify to the creativity and might of our Lord. You’ll learn plenty of geology and hydrology along the way, as well as exciting history of mountain men that explored these territories long ago.

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Mount St. Helens Expedition
August 22-25, 2018, Details Forthcoming

Cradle of Liberty Tour
September 17-22, 2018, Details Forthcoming

Journey to Philadelphia — the Cradle of Liberty — site of the Continental Congress and signing of America’s Declaration of Independence. Follow General Washington from his loss at Brandywine and harsh winter at Valley Forge to his Delaware crossing and surprising victory at Princeton. Learn about the Constitutional Convention, the War for Independence, the Great Awakening and much more!

Heart of American History Tour
October 1-5, 2018, Details Forthcoming

Explore the most diverse, iconic, fascinating, provocative, educational, and entertaining historical sites imaginable. Even if you have been to the nation’s capital city before, you may not have seen all the places of this expedition nor interpreted each of them in the light of God’s providence as we will do together.

Patriots, Preachers & Plantations of Charleston Tour
October 15-19, 2018, Details Forthcoming

Join Landmark Events and historian Bill Potter as we explore the rich history and colorful characters of this beautiful town—from the foundation of the Republic through the great and terrible War that tore it apart.

Pilgrims & Patriots Tour
November 12-17, 2018, Details Forthcoming

The great blessings of God’s providence in colonial America are so numerous in Boston and Plymouth that only the willfully blind could miss them. Join the Landmark historians on a Plymouth Thanksgiving tour that should be first in line of every American family’s history site bucket list.

Join Landmark Events and historian Bill Potter in St. Augustine as we explore the ancient sites of northeastern Florida, redolent with the sea breezes of the Atlantic and steeped in a providential history that helped create the English civilization that became embedded north of Florida and brought about the abandonment of the outposts of Spain’s Empire in North America.

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* Bill Potter will be speaking at the Teach Them Diligently conference following the tour. Those desiring to attend the TTD conferences will need to register for those events separately through the TTD web site.