Speakers Schedule

2021

September:

7th: Chris Mackowski, Brunswick (NC) Civil War Roundtable

9th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Montgomery County Civil War Round Table, Gaithersburg, MD

12th: David Dixon, “The Lost Gettysburg Address,” Lincoln Society, Dayton, Ohio

13th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” St. Marys Library, St Marys, Ohio

14th: Steward Henderson, Inland Empire Civil War Round Table, Redland, CA

14th: Chris Mackowski, “The Battle of Jackson, Mississippi,” First Defenders CWRT, Berks County, PA

16th: Chris Mackowski, “What If Stonewall Jackson was at Gettysburg?” Powhatan (VA) CWRT

15th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” William T. Sherman House, Lancaster, Ohio

16th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Cincinnati CWRT, Cincinnati, Ohio

17th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Historic Zoar CW Reenactment, Zoar, Ohio

21st: Kevin Pawlak, “Water to his Front, Water to his Rear: Robert E. Lee Defends the Confederate High Water Mark at Antietam,” Shippensburg Civil War Roundtable, Shippensburg, PA

21st: Jon-Erik Gilot, “The Ohio National Guard in the Summer of 1864,” Mason Dixon Civil War Roundtable, Morgantown, WV

24th: Dwight Hughes, “The Sailor and The Soldier at Vicksburg: Porter, Grant, and Unprecedented Joint Operations,” U.S. Naval Academy McMullen Naval History Symposium, Annapolis, MD

26th: Doug Crenshaw, “Fort Harrison,” American Battlefield Trust

28th: Chris Mackowski, Williamsburg (VA) Civil War Roundtable

30th: Chris Mackowski, “A Season of Slaughter: The Battle of Spotsylvania Court House,” Holland Land Office, Batavia, NY

October:

3rd: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” German American Heritage Ctr., Davenport, Iowa

5th: Bert Dunkerly, Eastern PA CWRT, Reading PA, TBD talk

6th: David Dixon, “The Lost Gettysburg Address,” Des Moines CWRT, Des Moines, Iowa

7th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Milwaukee CWRT, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

8th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Chicago CWRT, Chicago, Illinois

9th-10th: Central Virginia Battlefields Trust conference, Fredericksburg, VA

12th: Kevin Pawlak, “Raised from Obscurity: The Battles of Aldie, Middleburg, and Upperville on the Road to Gettysburg,” First Defenders Civil War Roundtable, Reading, PA

14th: Chris Kolakowski, “The Admirals Wept: Billy Mitchell and the Atlantic Bombing Tests, 1921,” Madison History Roundtable, Madison, WI

18th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Genesee Community College, Batavia, NY

23rd: Chris Mackowski, Bus tour of Fredericksburg, Harrisburg and Hershey Civil War Roundtables

25th: Doug Crenshaw, “Fort Harrison,” Princess Anne Chapter SCV, Virginia Beach

26th: Doug Crenshaw,  “Fort Harrison,”  Williamsburg CWRT,  Williamsburg

November:

4th: Bert Dunkerly with Doug Crenshaw, “Embattled Capital,” Hanover Tavern, Hanover Court House, VA

5th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Southern Historical Assn., New Orleans, Louisiana

5th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Waterloo Public Library, Waterloo, NY

6th: David Dixon, “August Willich’s Civil War,” Louisville CWRT, Louisville, Kentucky

6th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Waterloo Public Library, Waterloo, NY

6th: Derek Maxfield, “Hellmira,” Bradford County Library, Troy, PA (via Zoom)

8th: Doug Crenshaw, Rappahannock CWRT, Richmond Shall Not Be Given Up, Fredericksburg

8th: Kevin Pawlak, “Water to his Front, Water to his Rear: Robert E. Lee Defends the Confederate High Water Mark at Antietam,” Fort Sumter Civil War Roundtable, Charleston, SC

10th: Kevin Pawlak, Battle of Shepherdstown, Central Ohio Civil War Roundtable, Columbus, OH

December:

12th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, The Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Dan Sickles Civil War Round Table, New York (Virtual Presentation)

15th: Kevin Pawlak, “We labor under many disadvantages”: The Confederate Medical Corps in the Maryland Campaign of September 1862, Loudoun County Civil War Roundtable, Leesburg, VA

2022

January:

13th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, the Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Chickamauga & Chattanooga Civil War Round Table, Chattanooga, TN

21st: Dwight Hughes, “The Sailor and The Soldier at Vicksburg: Porter, Grant, and Unprecedented Joint Operations,” Falls Church Military History Forum, Falls Church, VA

February:

12th: Chris Mackowski, Lincoln as a Writer, Irish Brigade Camp, SUV, Fredericksburg, VA

14th: Jon-Erik Gilot, Mahoning Valley Civil War Roundtable

14th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, the Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table, Fredericksburg, VA

March:

26th: Chris Mackowski, “The Legend of Stonewall Jackson,” Prince William County History Symposium

April:

16th: Jon-Erik Gilot, “John Brown’s Raid,” Ohio Valley Civil War Roundtable

26th: Chris Mackowski, “Strike Them a Blow: Battle Along the North Anna River,” Hagerstown (MD) Civil War Roundtable.

May:

2nd: Chris Mackowski, “Crossroads of Fire: The Battle of Chancellorsville,” Rock River CWRT (via Zoom)

11th – 15th: American Battlefield Trust Annual Conference, Chantilly, VA

19th: Chris Mackowski, Hershey (PA) Civil War Roundtable

26th: Jon-Erik Gilot, “Dangerfield Newby’s Fight for Freedom,” Prince William County History Lecture Series

October:

13th: Chris Mackowski, Puget Sound Civil War Roundtable

13th: Jon-Erik Gilot, Bull Run Civil War Roundtable

November:

1st: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, the Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Brunswick Civil War Roundtable, Southport, NC

14th: Chris Mackowski, Tri-Cities Civil War Roundtable, Kingsport, TN

15th: Chris Mackowski, Knoxville (TN) Civil War Roundtable

16th: Chris Mackowski, Cumberland Mountain Civil War Roundtable, Crossville, TN

17th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, the Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Miami Civil War Round Table Book Club, Miami, FL (Virtual Presentation)

December:

8th: Chris Mackowski, “Simply Murder: The Battle of Fredericksburg,” Bull Run Civil War Roundtable

2023

March:

9th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor, the Virginia, and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Milwaukee Civil War Round Table, Milwaukee, WI

10th: Dwight Hughes, “Unlike Anything That Ever Floated: The USS Monitor and the Battle of Hampton Roads,” Chicago Civil War Round Table, Chicago, IL

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