- This comprehensive seminar covers all aspects of one of the Civil War’s most photographed places. Follow in the footsteps of the photographers at Petersburg, plus Drewry’s Bluff, City Point, Fort Brady and more.
- Seminar experts include Mike Gorman, David Lowe, Jimmy Blankenship, and CCWP leadership Bob Zeller and Garry Adelman.
- A special Saturday evening event at Pamplin Historical Park with presentations in multiple dimensions, plus our renowned silent auction.
- Large 3-D boards that allow attendees to see windows into the past.
- Tours offer a range of options for those who like to hike and those who are moderately mobile. Indoor 3-D and other presentations to immerse attendees in the subject more meaningfully.
NOTE: To keep registration costs down, there is only bus service on Saturday and dinner that evening is the only meal provided. All attendees receive copies of the CCWP’s 99 Historic Images of Civil War Petersburg and 99 Historic Images of Civil War Richmond.
We have a room block at the rate of $169 at the Comfort Suites Southpark, 931 South Avenue, Colonial Heights, Va., 23834. There are multiple hotels in this Southpark complex and rates fluctuate so you are free to shop around. The Saturday bus tour will depart and return to the Comfort Suites.
- CCWP Members: Register by July 30: $170; register after July 30: $205
- Non-members: Register by July 30: $205; register after July 30: $240
Friday Oct. 6
- 2:45 p.m.: The best of the 200+ Civil War City Point photos, Jimmy Blankenship and Garry Adelman
- Dinner on your own
Saturday, Oct. 7
- Beginning 8:40 a.m.: Photos, forts and fighting amidst nine months of battle and siege
- An all-day bus tour, David Lowe and Garry Adelman: Battery Five, Fort Stedman, Fort Haskell and the Crater.
- Lunch on your own and self-photo exploration in downtown Petersburg
- Browse museum and grounds at Pamplin Historical Park
- BBQ Dinner and silent auction
- Petersburg Photography far and wide, Garry Adelman
- Petersburg in 3-D, Bob Zeller
8:30 p.m.: Bus tour concludes
Sunday, Oct. 8
- 9:20 a.m.: Only captured in pictures: Fort Brady and Drewry’s Bluff, Mike Gorman