Welcome to the Civil War Roundtable of Gettysburg. "The most important Roundtable, in the most important small town, at the most important battlefield, in the most important country in the world."
—Joe Mieczkowski, past president

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August 24, 2017

SPEAKERS

The Civil War Round Table of Gettsyburg offers this list as information on activities that might be of interest to it's membership. Activities presented on this page are sponsored by the organization listed with each activity.

On Going

To October 2017, District of Columbia. Immigration. American by Belief special exhibit at President Lincoln’s Cottage on Lincoln’s little known immigration policies. For information: www.lincolncottage.org

To December 31, 2017, Reconstruction: The Unfinished War . National Civil War Museum. and is included in the cost of regular admission to the Museum. The exhibit will discuss the unfinished issue of equality among the races in the reunited states.

September

• 14 -17 he National Museum of Civil War Medicine Annual Conference in Shepherdstown WV. The Conference brings together international practitioners, scholars and historians to discuss the history of Civil War medicine and its enduring impact today.

Former GCWRT President, Hilda Koontz, will be presenting a program entitled, The Invisible Wound: From Nostalgia to PTSD to Moral Injury. For more information about the Conference, go to www.civilwarmed.org.

16-17 • 155th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam. For more info www.nps.gov/anti/planyourvisit/calendar.htm

21-24 • Tour, Lincoln at Anietam. Bus tour of Lincoln's October 1862 visit to Antietam with John Schildt and others. For info contact Lark at Iplessinger@chambersburg.org, 717-264-7101 or www.civilwarseminars.org.

23-24 • Aftermath of the Battle, Antietam Battlefield. Living history weekend with the U.S. Sanitary Commission display and camp. There will also be wet plate photography demos throughout the weekend. For more info www.nps.gov/anti/planyourvisit/calendar.htm

October

6-8 • Period firearms competition, The North-South Skirmish Association 136th National Competition. Winchester, VA. Over 3000 uniformed competitors in 200 member units complete in live-fire matches with muskets, carbines, breach loading rifles, revolvers, mortars and canon. The largest Civil War live-fire event in the country. For more info www.n-ssa.org or spartan70@sbcglobal.net

14 • Ball, Gravediggers' Ball, Friends of the Laurel Hil Cemetery. Black-tie or masquerate event held at Ballroom of the Sugar House Casino, 1001 N. Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA. All proceeds go to preserve historic Laurel Hill Cemetery. $200 donation per person. For info 804-228-8200 or www.thendergroundmuseum.org.

Gettysburg Military Park

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Victorian Dance Ensemble

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Antietam National Battlefield
living history schedule

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The National Civil War Museum
Schedule

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October 26
Raised from Obscurity:
The Calvary Battles of Aldie, Middleburg
and Upperville on the Road to Gettysburg

Kevin Pawlak

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November 16
The Other Gettysburg Address
David Dixon

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December 7
Members Holiday Party
Dobbin House

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EVENT INFORMATION

 

Gettysburg CWRT New Meeting Time in September

Beginning with our September meeting…a new starting time: Doors open at 6:30 PM for refreshments; meeting
begins at 7 PM.


Finfrock is Doucette Achievement Award winner

Barbara Finfrock’s 24 years of tireless labor have had a significant impact on making the Gettysburg National Military Park what it is today. For all her accomplishments, the Gettysburg Civil War Round Table would like to thank her by selecting Barbara as this year’s Cal Doucette Achievement Award winner.

The Cal Doucette Achievement Award, was created in memory of a CWRT Board member who felt that recognition should be given to honor people who do something special for the Park and for the study of Civil War history. Barbara has been doing something special for years, and although we will be presenting her with a plaque at our September 28 meeting, in reality (with apologies to General Sickles), the whole Battlefield is Barbara’s monument. Please try to attend. Read more...

 

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