Mark Laubacher spoke on unconventional weaponry during the American Civil War. Updates on the new website and April 2020 spring trip provided. Gary Wholf provides another edition of his column Tactically Speaking. Click her for the newsletter: MVCWRT 01-2020 Newsletter
Steve Ball presents and plays music of the Civil War. Update on the fall raffle and winter weather policy. Second Earnhardt Award announced. Trails sign sponsored. Click here for the newsletter: MVCWRT 12-2019 Newsletter
Historian and author Eric Wittenberg will present on John Buford at Gettysburg. Several members share their Civil War experiences. Update on the fall raffle. Click here for the newsletter: MVCWRT 11-2019 Newsletter
MVCWRT member Dave Frank will present on James Nash and the 19th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Dave Duchek reviews a new book on Longstreet at Gettysburg. An update on the fall raffle. Click here for newsletter: MVCWRT 10-2019 Newsletter
National Park Service Ranger Hank Elliot will examine Stonewall Jackson's lead-up to Second Manassas. Member Carole Babyak reviews Civil War Barons. Updates on the fall raffle and fall trip. President Gary Wholf details unique uniforms.
Historian and author, Chris Kolakowski, will speak to the Round Table on the Perryville Campaign. Bob Lehman, MVCWRT member, continues his series on Confederate flags. A fall raffle is announced, and member Carole Babyak reviews The Field of Blood.
Long time friend of the Round Table, historian, and author A. Wilson Greene will be our speaker. Member Dave Duchek writes about a member's Civil War letters from their relative during the Petersburg Campaign, and member Dave Frank provides a review of Will Greene's new book on the battle of Petersburg.
Author and historian Dr. Mark Snell will give a program on his new book, Gettysburg's Other Battle. CWRT member Bob Lehman writes on the many different Confederate flags.
Historian Scott Mingus will present on his book Flames Beyond Gettysburg at this month's meeting. CWRT member and newsletter editor Dave Duchek looks at several Civil War veterans and their postwar political careers.
The interesting life of a Texan before, during, and after the war will be topic of our January 2019 meeting. Details on the spring trip can also be found in this newsletter.