Take a look at this great line-up of talks and speakers Emerging Civil War has coming up over the next couple of months (or check out our full schedule of talks on our “Speakers” page). If anything looks tempting for your roundtable or historical society, drop us a line at email@example.com.
Don’t forget about our 2018-2019 Speakers Bureau, which lists ALL of our speakers along with brief descriptions of each of the talks they offer. We love to get out on the road and spread the gospel of the Civil War!
8th: Sarah Kay Bierle, “From Virginia to California: VMI, the Battle of New Market, and the Post-War Lives of Eight Cadets,” Temecula Valley Genealogical Society, Temecula, CA
9th: Chris Kolakowski, “Perspectives on the 1864 Campaign,” Richmond Civil War Round Table, Richmond, VA
10th: Dan Welch, “The Last Road North,” Central Ohio Civil War Round Table
11th: Dwight Hughes, “Rebel Odyssey: The Cruise of the CSS Shenandoah,” California University of Pennsylvania Civil War Round Table
13th: Chris Mackowski, “The Great Battle Never Fought: Mine Run,” Louisville (KY) Civil War Roundtable
14th: Chris Mackowski, Jefferson County (IN) CWRT, Madison, IN
23rd: Edward Alexander, “Dawn of Victory: Breakthrough at Petersburg,” Williamsburg CWRT, Williamsburg, VA
24th: Phill Greenwalt, “If This Valley Is Lost, the Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864,” St. Louis Civil War Round Table, MO
24th: Chris Mackowski, “Strike Them a Blow: Battle Along the North Anna River,” James City Cavalry SCV, Colonial Heritage Golf Clubhouse, Williamsburg, VA, 6:30 p.m.
26th & 27th: Chris Mackowski, Bus tour of Spotsylvania Court House, Mosby Heritage Area Association (www.mosbyheritagearea.org/events)
26th-28th: Rob Orrison, Spotsylvania Court House Tour, Mahoning Valley CWRT
29th: Derek Maxfield, Historical play “Now We Stand by Each Other Always,” Assisted Living, Williamsville, NY
30th: Jon-Erik Gilot, “Wild, Wonderful & Weird Stories of Wheeling During the Civil War,” People’s University—Ohio County Public Library, Wheeling WV, 7 p.m.
9th: Doug Crenshaw, “The Battle of Glendale,” Hanover Tavern Series
14th: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” Richmond (VA) Civil War Roundtable, Richmond, VA
14th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Butler Civil War Roundtable, Butler, PA
16th: Sarah Kay Bierle, Powhatan County Civil War Round Table, VA
16th: Sean Michael Chick, “P.G.T. Beauregard,” Baton Rouge (LA) Civil War Roundtable
16th: Dwight Hughes, “Rebel Odyssey: The Cruise of the CSS Shenandoah,” Hershey (PA) Civil War Roundtable
16th-18th: Dwight Hughes, “War in the Arctic: Twilight of New Bedford’s Golden Age of Whaling,” North American Society for Oceanic History’s Annual Conference, New Bedford, MA
18th: Steward T. Henderson, 23rd USCT Living History Event, Chancellorsville Battlefield, Stop 10 Fairview, 9am to 5pm.
18th-19th: Sarah Kay Bierle, Author Presentations and Book Signings at New Market Battlefield Civil War Reenactment
28th: Bert Dunkerly, “To The Bitter End,” Williamsburg Civil War Round Table, Williamsburg, VA
29th: Derek Maxfield, Historical play “Now We Stand by Each Other Always,” West Seneca Historical Society, W. Seneca, NY