11th: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” at the Lynchburg (VA) Civil War Roundtable
12th: Bert Dunkerly, “To The Bitter End: The Surrenders of the Civil War,” Montgomery County Civil War Round Table, MD
13th: Ryan Quint, “Fire in the Bay: The Battle of Portland Harbor,” Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table
14th: Chris Mackowski, “Stonewall Jackson Gets to be a Dad,” S.C.V. Lee-Jackson Symposium, Lexington, VA
15th: Chris Mackowski, “Hell Itself: The Battle of the Wilderness,” Manassas Museum, Manassas, VA
19th: Steward Henderson, “The Importance of the Fredericksburg Area in the Civil War,” the Regency at Chancellorsville, 10:00 am.
21st: Chris Mackowski, “Stonewall Jackson Gets to be a Dad,” Fredericksburg Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Ruritan Club, 6:30 p.m.
25th: Dwight Hughes, “The Cruise of the CSS Shenandoah,” Fredericksburg Civil War Round Table, Fredericksburg, VA
4th: Sarah Kay Bierle, “Waiting For News: Shenandoah Valley Homefront,” Living History Education at the Lincoln Memorial Shrine, Redlands, CA
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.
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.
22nd: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Closing Chapter in the West,” Liberty University Civil War Conference, Lynchburg, VA
28th: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Closing Chapter in the West,” Buffalo (NY) Civil War Roundtable
30th: Chris Mackowski, Tour of Mine Run, Central Virginia Battlefields Trust
11th: Chris Mackowski, “Grant’s Last Battle,” at the Montgomery County, MD, CWRT
12th: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” Capital District Civil War Roundtable, Watervliet, NY (Albany region)
3rd: Meg Groeling, “Dr. Jonathan Letterman: Building the Foundation of Modern Military Medicine” Gazette665’s Civil War Conference, Temecula, CA
3rd: Sarah Kay Bierle, “Then Christmas Came: The Justification & Condemnation of War in 1862,” Gazette665’s Civil War Conference, Temecula, CA
3rd-4th: Chris Mackowski, bus tour of Spotsylvania, Phil Kearney Civil War Roundtable
5th: Chris Mackowski, “Strike Them a Blow,” at the Robert E. Lee Civil War Round Table of Central New Jersey
21st: Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of the Bloody Angle,” Phil Kearny Civil War Roundtable
11th: Dwight Hughes, “The Cruise of the CSS Shenandoah,” Richmond Civil War Round Table, Richmond, VA
4th-6th: Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge: “Great Defenses of the Civil War.” We are please to welcome our Keynote Speaker Dr. Brian Matthew Jordan from Sam Houston University.
Other speakers include Eric Wittenberg, Chris Kolakowski, Kevin Pawlak, and more. This year’s tour is a half-day car caravan tour of the Brandy Station Battlefield with Eric Wittenberg and Daniel Davis.
14th: Kristopher D. White, “The Second Day at Gettysburg,” at the Rappahannock Valley Civil War Roundtable (VA)
5th: Kristopher D. White, “The Valley Forge Winter: The Army of the Potomac’s Winter Encampment of 1862-63,” at the Brunswick Civil War Roundtable (NC)
17th: Kristopher D. White, “Don’t Give an Inch: The Second Day at Gettysburg,” at the Greater Pittsburgh Civil War Roundtable (PA)
Kristopher D. White at the Chesapeake Civil War Roundtable (MD)
11th: Chris Mackowski, “Mine Run,” Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table, Fredericksburg, VA
1st: Chris Mackowski, “The Last Days of Stonewall Jackson,” Civil War Round Table of Cobb County (GA)