Come and participate in the 150th anniversary reenactment of the Battle of Saltville. Dates are August 15, 16 & 17, 2014.
The Salt Capital of the Confederacy. Saltville was home to one of the main saltworks of the Confederacy during the Civil War. There were two major battles fought here in 1864.
For directions to the event, click the link below. https://maps.google.com/maps?q=Lake+Drive,+Saltville,+VA+24370&hl=en&sll=38.003385,-79.420925&sspn=4.847231,8.470459&hnear=Lake+Dr,+Saltville,+Virginia+24370&t=m&z=16
IF YOU MISSED THE DEADLINE, YOU CAN REGISTER AT THE GATE FOR THE SAME PRICE.
Friday is Free School Day
Kids Only Battle on Saturday
A telegraph operator
A bagpipe player
General Robert E. Lee & Mrs. Robert E. Lee
Free meal on Saturday night for all reenactors and sutlers
Civil War Ball on Saturday night featuring Tower Street Band
Chaplain Alan Farley
Local authors Tom Perry, Anthony Hawkins & Colonel Whitt
A night skrimish
A Ladies Tea
Sutlers & Food Vendors
PARA team will display ghost hunting equipment
Upper East Tennessee Amusements (seperate charges apply)
Billingsway Farm Pony Rides (seperate charges apply)
Here is a preview of t-shirts that will be available.
Sizes Youth S – L and Adults S – 5XL. $15.00 each
Gray with black print