Upcoming Presentations

April:
4th: Phill Greenwalt will be teaching for the Rappahannock Life Learning Institute, “From the Rapidan to the James River, the Overland Campaign of 1864 between Lee and Grant.” (VA)

5th: Kristopher White, “The Dead Lay All About….” The Aftermath of Gettysburg, at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (PA)

8th: Phill Greenwalt, “Overland Campaign from the Wilderness to Spotsylvania with George Steuart.” Southern Maryland Civil War Round Table. (MD)

11th: Phill Greenwalt will be teaching for the Rappahannock Life Learning Institute, “From the Rapidan to the James River, the Overland Campaign of 1864 between Lee and Grant.” (VA)

15th: Kristopher White, “A Trip to Hell: The Second Battle of Fredericksburg,” at the Charlottesville Civil War Roundtable (VA)

24th: Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of the Bloody Angle,” at the Buffalo Civil War Roundtable (NY)

25th: Steward Henderson, “Fighting for Their Freedom: The United States Colored Troops,” at Lake of the Woods Civil War Study Group (VA)

26th: Phill Greenwalt will be leading a bus tour for the Southern Maryland Civil War Round Table of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Battlefields. (VA)

May:
3rd: Phillip Greenwalt and Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of the Wilderness,” Lake of the Woods Civil War Study Group, Lake of the Woods (VA)

4th: Chris Mackowski, book signing at the Chancellorsville Battlefield Visitor Center (VA)

6th: Kristopher White, “The Beginning of the End: The Battle of the Wilderness, May 5-6, 1864,” at the Ohio County Library in Wheeling, West Virginia

13th: Kristopher White, “Hell’s Half Acre: The Bloody Angle at Spotsylvania Court House,” at the First Defenders Civil War Roundtable (PA)

16th: Steward Henderson, “Fighting for Their Freedom: The United States Colored Troops,” at the Chambersburg Civil War Seminars and Tours (VA)

18th: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” The Manassas Museum (VA)

21st: Phill Greenwalt “Lost from the Top: Confederate Leadership” at the General William T. Sherman Civil War Round Table in Lancaster, Ohio.

June:
19th: Daniel T. Davis and Phillip Greenwalt Cold Harbor lecture and book signing event at the Fredericksburg Area Museum (VA)

23rd: Kristopher White at the Greater Pittsburgh Civil War Roundtable (PA)

August:
11th: Edward Alexander, “The Wedge to Split the Confederacy: Breakthrough at Petersburg,” at Western North Carolina CWRT (NC)

15th-17th: First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. (VA)
Join us for a fun filled weekend at Stevenson Ridge, which is located on the Spotsylvania Court House Battlefield. The weekend includes roundtable discussions, author book signings, lectures, and tours of the Wilderness and Spotsylvania Battlefields.

November:
19th: Kristopher White, “Hell’s Half Acre: The Bloody Angle at Spotsylvania Court House,” at the Western Pennsylvania Civil War Roundtable (PA)

December:
5th: Phillip Greenwalt, “Where the War was Lost: The Disastrous 1862-1863 Leadership of the Army of the Tennessee,” at Civil War Round Table of Wilmington, DE.

2015:
January: 
14th: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” Civil War Roundtable of New York (NYC)

March:
11th: Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of the Bloody Angle,” Central Ohio Civil War Round Table (Columbus, OH)

2016:
May:
11th:Kristopher White, “Felled by Friendly Fire: The Wounding of James Longstreet,” at the Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable (Columbus, OH)

September:
14th:
Daniel Davis, “The Rock Hurler: George Crook, the Army of West Virginia and the Battle of Fisher’s Hill,” at the Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable (Columbus, OH)

Our authors are available for speaking engagements and tours. Click here to view our list of speakers and topics.  Please contact us for more information; emergingcivilwar@yahoo.com

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