Tickets on sale now for the first ever
Glory, Valor & Sacrifice
Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance Bus Tour
Two Saturdays only – May 30 and June 13, 2009
Register now & guarantee your spot!
“Thank God for Michigan!” It’s believed President Abraham Lincoln uttered those famous words when the brave citizens of this great state answered his call to defend and preserve our nation.
While the brutal battles of this divisive war that threatened to destroy the United States took place hundreds and thousands of miles away, the first ever Glory, Valor & Sacrifice Civil War Remembrance Tours pay homage to the local people, places and events that played prominent roles in preserving the Union and shaping our Nation’s history.
Join Glory, Valor & Sacrifice guidebook author Karin Risko, celebrated Civil War hero General George Armstrong Custer, Monroe’s “boy general” who served the Union cause with valor and distinction, and Michigan Civil War historians David Finney and Dave Ingall on this full-day narrated bus excursion throughout southeast Michigan to celebrate our region’s vibrant history and bring to life the stories of the people who valiantly served and sacrificed in the name of our great Nation.
Ticket price is only $125 per person and includes:
(Book before May 5 and pay just $99)
- Daylong, fully narrated tour aboard a comfortable and modern motor coach
- Narration by leading Michigan Civil War historians and an acknowledged living historian
- Souvenir copy of the 2009 guidebook Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan’s Contribution to the Civil War.
- Coffee and bagels served at one of the morning stop
- Lunch, dinner, admission, taxes, tips
Book early and save $26!
Purchase tickets before May 5, 2009 and pay just $99!
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For tour itinerary and highlights, click here to read more.