Category Archives: Upcoming Events

2018 Symposium Schedule Released

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve released the schedule for Emerging Civil War’s 5th Annual Symposium! Keep in mind it’s a tentative schedule – subject to minor changes – but here’s the timing and the plan… If you’re planning to … Continue reading

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June-July Presentations

June: 2nd: Gazette665 Civil War History Conference 1863: Battling For Freedom, Temecula, CA Daniel T. Davis – “First Command: George A. Custer in the Gettysburg Campaign” Sarah Kay Bierle – “A City at War: Richmond’s 1863” 2nd & 3rd: Chris Mackowski, North Anna and … Continue reading

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Last Call – Registration Closing For Southern California Civil War Conference

On May 30, 2018, registration closes for Gazette665’s Civil War History Conference. If you’re thinking about attending this annual event, this is last call on the tickets. Need some event details? The fast facts are below, and you can see … Continue reading

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May-June Presentations

7th: Kristopher White, “The Fight for Burnside Bridge,” at the Mahoning Valley Civil War Roundtable (OH) 15th: Sarah Kay Bierle, topic to be determined, Sons of the American Revolution, Irvine, CA 20th-23rd: Dwight Hughes, “Civil War on the Rivers,” North American Society for … Continue reading

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2018 Civil War History Conference in Southern California

The American Civil War History Conference 1863: Battling For Freedom brings historians and researchers to the Temecula Conference Center in Southern California on Saturday, June 2, 2018, for an all-day event to discuss one of the decisive years of America’s … Continue reading

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April-May Presentations

April: 5th: Chris Mackowski: “A Season of Slaughter: The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House,” Petersburg (VA) Civil War Roundtable, Pamplin Park, Petersburg, VA 6th: Daniel T. Davis, “Out Flew the Sabres: The Battle of Brandy Station” Talk and Book Signing, American Civil … Continue reading

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March-April Presentations

March: 1st: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” Civil War Round Table of Cobb County (GA) 8th: Ryan Quint, Battle of Monocacy, Montgomery Maryland Civil War Round Table 9th: Sarah Kay Bierle, “Dark Shores: Civil War Blockade Runners,” Interfaith Senior Community, Oceanside, CA

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Twenty Years of Preservation at Chancellorsville Battlefield

Twenty years ago the National Trust for Historic Preservation listed Chancellorsville Battle among America’s eleven Most Endangered Historic Places. Now, it’s time to celebrate the preservation successes for this battlefield and important historic area! This coming Friday – March 2, … Continue reading

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A Message from the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust

This week in our Preservation News, we share with you a message from Tom Van Winkle, president of the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust. The CVBT works tirelessly to preserve and interpret battlefields in Central Virginia. If you have not already … Continue reading

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ECW Weekender: Wreaths Across America

Remember. Honor. Teach. For many, those three words reflect their motivation for studying the American Civil War. Those three words are also the inspiration and rallying cry for an amazing organization called Wreaths Across America. On a chosen day every … Continue reading

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