Schedule 2019

We are always looking for interesting topics and if you wish to present yours to our group, please email the CWRT of NH:
Sarah Rosetta Wakeman (left) was one of many women passing themselves off as soldiers. This topic of female soldiers will be covered March 15, 2019 as Sarah Batterson visits our group.

"Anderson Raiders" will be the topic on May 17, 2019 as historian Gary Morgan discusses her up-coming 2020 book.

NOTE: Schedule subject to change without notice.

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

February 15, 2019 ~ Elizabeth Hallett will host: "Civil War Jeopardy" (evening of trivia and prizes - just plain fun!)

March 15, 2019 ~ Sarah Batterson (Professor - Granite State College) - "Women Soldiers of the American Civil War" 

April 12, 2019 (note: this is 2nd Friday to avoid meeting on Good Friday) ~ Michael Schroeder (CWRTNH President) -"Wild Rose & Crazy Bet: Female Spies in Blue & Gray"

May 17, 2019 ~ Gary Morgan (writer) - "Andersonville Raiders" (new book in 2020)

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)

Wayne Motts (Right), will revisit the CWRT of New Hampshire for his fourth visit on June 14, 2019. Wayne will discuss the unusual topic of five men who began the war fighting for the Union, but who switched sides during the war to fight for the Confederacy.