Schedule 2018-2019

We are currently booking 2019 meetings. If you know of someone, or would like to offer a talk to our group, please email:

National Historian A. Wilson Greene will visit the Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire in June for a special talk on the Battle of the Crater, part of the Petersburg campaign for which Mr. Greene is an expert.

We've Confirmed Wayne Motts, the CEO of the 
National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, PA, for the June 2019 meeting.

NOTE: Schedule subject to change without notice.

May 18, 2018 ~ Alan Brunelle (CWRT of NH member)- "In Defense of Pickett's Charge"

URGENT! June meeting date has changed! Please make note!
June 8, 2018 ~ A. Wilson Greene (retired head of Pamplin Park Museum) - "A Perfect Hell of Blood: the Battle of the Crater."

July & August - no meeting

(below: Paul Kahan comes up from Philadelphia in September)

September 14, 2018
(note: this is 2nd Friday) 
Paul Kahan, PhD, (author/historian) - "The Presidency of Ulysses S. Grant: Preserving the Civil War's Legacy" (new book)

October 19, 2018 ~ Jack Kelly (Old Colony CWRT) - "16th Maine at Gettysburg, July 1-3, 1863." 

November 9, 2018 (note: this is 2nd Friday) Clay Feeter - "Mowed Down at Manassas: the Life and Tragic Death of Col. Fletcher Webster & the 12th Massachusetts Infantry."(Fletcher Webster is a cousin of Clay Feeter's)

December 2018 ~ no meeting

January 18, 2019 ~ Michael Schroeder (CWRTNH Present) - "Union Combined Operations: the Red River Campaign, 1864."

May 17, 2019 ~ Gary Morgan (writer) - "Andersonville Raiders (new book)

June 14, 2019 (note: this is 2nd Friday)~ Wayne Motts, (C.E.O. National Civil War Museum) - "Wearing Blue and Gray: Five Men Who Served Both Sides" (learn the unique story of five different men who actually fought on both sides during the American Civil War)