Come hear about the U.S. Sanitary Commission at our monthly meeting. Don't forget to read our newsletter; October's updates include auction information, recommended books, and a history of the Atwell Brothers.
Join us for a presentation on Civil War art at this month's meeting, and be sure to check out our newsletter for articles about uniforms, our fall tours, and upcoming presentations.
This month we'll hear about the fight for Burnside's Bridge at Antietam during the presentation at our meeting. Check-out the newsletter for stories about Civil War ancestors, details about our raffle and Fourth of July event, and the Wilderness Battlefield tour!
Come to our meeting and learn about what it was like backstage at Ford Theater on the night President Lincoln was assassinated at our meeting this month. And don't forget to read through our monthly newsletter, featuring information about our raffle, Civil War nurses, ancestors, and book reviews.
This month's presentation will focus on the surrenders in 1865, and our newsletter has plenty to consider about the Civil War, including book reviews, notes on tactics, and crime and punishment in the 1860's.
Let's talk about the Union XI Corps at a presentation you won't want to miss! Our monthly newsletter is also available and has information about the meeting, African American soldiers, Civil War tactics, and other details.
Join us this month for a presentation about William McKinley, a Civil War veteran and U.S. President. Also be sure to check-out our newsletter which is packed with information about our spring tours, newspaper excerpts, book reviews, and more.
Curious about Robert E. Lee on the battle lines? Come hear this month's presentation! And don't forget to check-out our newsletter...
This month we'll enjoy a presentation on Reunion in the Shenandoah Valley. In our newsletter, you'll find notes about Civil War movies, an interview with a Gettysburg ranger, observations on Civil War tactics, and more!
Our upcoming presentation will focus on memory and the Battle of Chickamauga.Come join us, and be sure to read the newsletter articles - more details on tactics, Civil War veterans, and "haunted" stories.