Women of the Civil War Meetups

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From the first shot to the last, the Civil War still captivates many Americans who continue to study its battles, leaders, and grapple with the difficult questions raised by its course and consequences. The Civil War Round Table of the District of Co

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This group, started in the 1960's, meets monthly to hear FREE lectures on subjects involving America's Civil War (1861-1865). We have a different speaker every month; authors, scholars, academicians, Civil War reenactors, and just regular folks who h

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This is a group for anyone who is interested in the study and discussion of the American Civil War. This Roundtable has been in existence for 26 years and any topics associated with the conflict Between the States is included in our scope of interest

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Civil War Enthusiasts
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In 1861, President Lincoln created the U.S. Sanitary Commission to support sick/wounded soldiers. Sanitary Fairs were an innovative way to raise $$ for the war effort, with crafts, performers, flea markets, fortune tellers, etc. As long-time Civil Wa

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Civilian reenactors

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August 25, 2015

This is a group for anyone who is interested in the study and discussion of the American Civil War. This Roundtable has been in existence for 26 years and any topics associated with the conflict Between the States is included in our scope of interest

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Civil War Enthusiasts
August 21, 2015

This group, started in the 1960's, meets monthly to hear FREE lectures on subjects involving America's Civil War (1861-1865). We have a different speaker every month; authors, scholars, academicians, Civil War reenactors, and just regular folks who h

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Members
July 27, 2014

In 1861, President Lincoln created the U.S. Sanitary Commission to support sick/wounded soldiers. Sanitary Fairs were an innovative way to raise $$ for the war effort, with crafts, performers, flea markets, fortune tellers, etc. As long-time Civil Wa

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Civilian reenactors
September 12, 2012

From the first shot to the last, the Civil War still captivates many Americans who continue to study its battles, leaders, and grapple with the difficult questions raised by its course and consequences. The Civil War Round Table of the District of Co

137
Members and Civil War Buffs
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