June-July 2019 Presentations

Editor’s Note: Our apologies for publishing this list a week later than usual, but there are a lot of ECW members speaking during the rest of the month. We hope you’ll be able to catch one of their presentations!


1st: Gazette665’s Fourth Annual Civil War History Conference, Temecula, CA

  • Chris Mackowski – Grant’s Overland Campaign
  • Sarah Kay Bierle – Medical Care during the 1864 Valley Campaigns

8th: Chris Mackowski, Oklahoma Civil War Symposium, University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma, Chickasha, OK

10th: Eric Wittenberg, “Minty and Wilder at Chickamauga,” Ann Arbor (MI) Civil War Roundtable

12th: Sarah Kay Bierle, Inland Empire Civil War Round Table, Redlands, CA

13th: Phill Greenwalt, “The Florida Brigade at Gettysburg,” North Florida Civil War Round Table, FL

13th: Chris Mackowski, “That Furious Struggle: Chancellorsville and the High Tide of the Confederacy,” California University of Pennsylvania Civil War Roundtable

17th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Charlottesville Civil War Roundtable, Charlottesville, VA

19th: Derek Maxfield, Historical play “Now We Stand by Each Other Always,” Valley Civil War Roundtable, Pavilion, NY

20th: Chris Mackowski, “Hell Itself: The Battle of the Wilderness,” Hershey (PA) Civil War Roundtable

20th: Chris Kolakowski, “Grant Takes Command,” Rufus Barringer Civil War Round Table, Pinehurst, NC

22nd: Derek Maxfield, Historical play “Now We Stand by Each Other Always,” Buffalo-Niagara Heritage Village, Amherst, NY


8th: Dwight Hughes, “USS Monitor,” Western North Carolina Civil War Round Table, Waynesville, NC.

11th-14th: American Battlefield Trust Teacher Institute, Raleigh, NC

11th: Dan Welch, “Color Bearers at Gettysburg,” Lancaster Civil War Round Table, PA

11th: Sarah Kay Bierle, “From California to Gettysburg: The Hancock Family,” Old Baldy Civil War Round Table, NJ (via Skype)

15th: Dan Welch,“Boys give them rocks!” Stonewall Jackson’s Defensive Stand at Second Manassas, Charlottesville Civil War Round Table

17th: Rob Orrison, “Lexington and Concord,” Richmond American Revolution Round Table

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