Brandon Chamberlain
Lead Ranger/Education Coordinator
National Park Service
Appomattox Court House
National Historical Park
Appomattox, Virginia
This letter serves to recommend ...the "Lincoln's Generals"...Living History Organization as exceptional Civil War Living Historians. Their recent visit to Appomattox Court House National Historical Park and their portrayal of a Union Army General Headquarters was exemplary. I was particularly impressed with their knowledge of the civil war, the biographies of the union Generals they portrayed and the workings of a typical Army General Headquarters. ln addition, their willingness to interact with the public, drawing out questions to be able to inform and to educate them about the Civil War firmly differentiate them from the average reenactor and elevate them to the level of Living Historians. I am sure any Civil War Reenactment Event would benefit from their participation.

Sincerely,
July 4, 2012
Brandon Chamberlain
Lead Ranger/Education Coordinator
National Park Service
Appomattox Court House
National Historical Park
Appomattox, Virginia
July 4, 2012
I really appreciate everything you and the other members of ...Lincoln's Generals... Living History Organization did to make our June 2012 Union Headquarters Encampment here at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park such a success. The portrayals of the generals and their staff were exemplary. I was particularly impressed with your group's knowledge and willingness to interact with the public to educate them about the Civil War and the events that occurred here one hundred and forty seven years ago on April gth 1865.

Sincerely,
MDARNG                                                                                         3 June 2013


MEMORANDUM FOR: Lincoln's Generals

SUBJECT: Letter of Appreciation

03 June 2013

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for visiting with us on 07 April 2013. Everything about the visit, from the clothing to the exquisite rhetoric, brought us back to the war-tom days of the 1860's when war engulfed our young republic. I can tell that you have intrigued and entertained many audiences over the years, and ours was no exception. Thank you so much again for your hospitality. Through the arduous work of your members, the strategic and anticlimactic campaigns of Grant and Lee continue on today, as generations remember a tumultuous 5 years that divided a nation as a young republic wrestled with its immortality and struggled to live out the visions of it’s forefathers. We hope to cross paths again.





                                                               EDWARD Q LIU
                                                               CPT, LG, MDARNG
MARYLAND ARMY NATIONAL GUARD
29th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment
Fifth
Regiment Armory
Baltimore, Maryland 212O1