2023-24 SPEAKER PROGRAM ANNOUNCED!
The mission of the Scottsdale Civil War Roundtable is to inform the public about the American Civil War, contribute to battlefield preservation and assist in the retention in the American memory of one of the most crucial events in our history. With 300 members from throughout the Valley we are one of the largest Roundtables in the United States.
The Roundtable presents nationally known speakers each month from September through May at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library Auditorium and we thank the City of Scottsdale and the Library for their support.
Our monthly events start at 5 PM with an opportunity to meet the speaker, converse with other members, browse our book sale, and watch a video in the auditorium. Our formal speaker programs begin at 6 PM.
The Library Auditorium is located at 3839 N Drinkwater Blvd and there is ample and free parking. All are welcome to attend our events, you do not need to be a member. For those who cannot attend in person, the meetings can also be watched via Zoom.
To learn more:
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The Roundtable receives no funding from outside sources. All of our expenses, including battlefield preservation donations, are paid by members’ dues and donations. We thank our members for your very generous support.
September 19: Brian Jordan, “A Monopoly on Misfortune: The Odyssey of an Immigrant Regiment in the Civil War”
October 17: Tim Smith, “The Real Horse Soldiers: Benjamin Grierson’s Epic 1863 Civil War Raid through Mississippi”
November 14: John Matteson, “The Concord Nurse and the Brooklyn Bard: Alcott and Whitman in Washington”
December 12: Cory Pfarr, "McLaws and Longstreet at Gettysburg"
January 16: A. Wilson Greene, “Leaders and Leadership at Petersburg”
February 20: Peter Carmichael, “The Fate of a Confederate Deserter After Gettysburg”
March 19: Steven Cowie , “When Hell Came to Sharpsburg: The Battle of Antietam and Its Impact on the Civilians”
April 16: Eric Buckland, “Mosby’s Rangers”
May 21: Mark Bielski, “A Mortal Blow to the Confederacy: The Fall of New Orleans, 1862”
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Join us to help with battlefield preservation and attract the best Civil War experts from around the country as key-note speakers at our meetings!
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