February-March Presentations


4th: Sarah Kay Bierle, “Waiting For News: Shenandoah Valley Homefront,” Living History Education at the Lincoln Memorial Shrine, Redlands, CA

12th: Kevin Pawlak, Ryan Quint, Dan Welch, “Not Your Grandfather’s Civil War,” Mosby Heritage Area Association, Middleburg, VA

13th: Ryan Quint, “Fire in the Bay: The Battle of Portland Harbor,” Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table, Fredericksburg, VA

21st: Chris Mackowski, “Chancellorsville: The High Tide of the Confederacy,” Fredericksburg (VA) Kiwanis Club

23rd: Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of the Bloody Angle,” Friends of Hanley Library, Rice Auditorium, the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, Bradford, PA, 7:00 p.m.


9th: Chris Kolakowski, “New York City’s Civil War,” Montgomery County Civil War Roundtable, Montgomery County, MD

10th-11th: Dave Powell, Chickamauga Study Group Annual Tour, “Resaca and Chickamauga,” Chickamauga National Park

15th: Chris Kolakowski, “Civil War Echoes in World War I/World War II,” Norfolk County Greys SCV, Virginia Beach, VA

16th: Chris Kolakowski, “1864: Decision at Sea,” Franklin SCV, Franklin, VA

16th: Bert Dunkerly, “The Seven Days: Savages Station to Malvern Hill,” Chesapeake Civil War Round Table (MD)

18th: Second Bi-Annual Civil War Symposium at the Carnegie Library & Music Hall, Carnegie, PA. Featuring:

Dr. Julie Mujic– The Household War: An Examination of the Significance of the Household to the Fortunes of the Battlefield.
Daniel Welch– A Fitting Tribute: Memorial Tributes to Abraham Lincoln
Kristopher D. White– The Cresting Tide: A Reassessment of Lee’s Leadership from the Seven Days to Chancellorsville.
Eric J. Wittenberg– “Out Flew the Sabres”: The Battle of Brandy Station, June 9, 1863.

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