Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire
Founded May 1991
This illustration by Alfred Waud, shows Kershaw's attack at Gettysburg (photo from the Library of Congress)
"There's no time like the present, to join us in the past."
The Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire will meet next on Friday, November 11, 2022 at 7:15pm (doors open 6:45pm) at the Harvey-Mitchell Library, Main St, Epping, NH.
We are happy to have our own Alan Brunelle speak to the group with, "Kershaw's Brigade at Gettysburg: A Commander's View of the Assault."
Details at our NEWS page.
The Civil War Roundtable of New Hampshire was founded May of 1991, and is dedicated to all aspects of the Civil War: Education, Preservation and Restoration. The CWRTNH is a group of men and women who share a common interest in the Civil War and that period in American History that defined our nation, as we know it today.
We are a 501(c) non-profit organization.
Our meetings are typically the third Friday of the month except no meetings in July, August and December. November and special guest speakers may be the second Friday. Please review the schedule for exact dates and speakers.
Our location is still in temporary status so please review for future locations. We are meeting at the Harvey-Mitchell Library through June 2023.