Symposium Spotlight: Maryland Campaign Roundtable Panel

Welcome to another installment of our 2022 Emerging Civil War Symposium Spotlight Series. We are introducing you to each of our outstanding speakers that will be presenting at the Eighth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium August 5 – 7, 2022. Today we are featuring an added bonus for this years symposium!

Our Friday evening roundtable discussion panel has become a popular tradition at the Emerging Civil War Symposium. When we missed the panel in 2021, our attendees let us hear about it! This year, in addition to the Friday panel, we’ll also close out the day on Saturday with a second roundtable panel!

The 1862 Maryland Campaign holds some incredible “What If” intrigue, ranging from Special Orders 191, the Battle of South Mountain, the capitulation of the Harpers Ferry garrison, and McClellan’s actions following the Battle of Antietam. Our panelists will touch on these topics and more relating to the Maryland Campaign.

The panelist’s for the Saturday afternoon roundtable will include:

  • Kevin Pawlak: Historic Site Manager for Prince William County, Licensed Battlefield Guide at Antietam National Battlefield
  • Dan Welch: Seasonal National Park Service Park Ranger at Gettysburg National Military Park, Historian with Emerging Civil War
  • Kristopher White: Deputy Director of Education at the American Battlefield Trust, Chief Historian with Emerging Civil War

You can find more information about the 2022 Emerging Civil War Symposium by clicking here.

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