Ann Arbor Civil War Round Table (aacwrt.org)
Ken Baumann (aka "Ken"), firstname.lastname@example.org
|Who We Are
The Ann Arbor Civil War Round Table is a group of enthusiasts from the greater SE Michigan area who are interested in reading, discussing and hearing about the Civil War.
Update on meeting location:
At the May meeting, we decided to continue to meet at the Exhibition Room at St. Joseph's, as we have since January.
Where We Meet
Our meeting place is:
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Mouse-click here for a general location map in PDF format to print, if you need it. Other maps of the hospial campus and the building where we meet are here and here.
JOIN US ! !
If you wish to become a member, just show up as our guest at one of the meetings and we will welcome you and fill you in on all we do; plus you can have a first hand experience at no cost. Of course, you are welcome to contact Fred (734-697-0484); Ken, (734-439-7657); or one of our other officers with questions.
When you do decide to join, for only $25.00 year, you (and/or your family) can:
WITH SIMILAR INTERESTS
We are also in the process of developing discussion groups on specific topics of the War. In groups such as book discussion, genealogy and a collectors forum you can find ways to pursue your individual interests.
Future benefits may include a lending library and member field trips to Civil War sites.
If you wish to become a member, it is easy. Just e-mail your 'snail-mailing address' to an AACW Round Table officer. You will be sent an invitation and instructions. Everyone is welcome.
Click here for a list of Round Table websites from around the nation.
Music reference, "Michigan, My Michigan"
Copyright © 1997-2009 Michael Gay, 2010 James F. Epperson. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in any form, in part or in whole is prohibited without written permission. The Webmaster and all past and present officers would like to thank Michael Gay for his work as the AACWRT's first Webmaster.
For additional information, suggestions, or other messages, please contact James F. Epperson.
Created during March 1997. Published on March 11, 1997.
Changes last made on January 3,
Next program---January 12: Rob Stone, “Near as I Remember,” Long-time re-enactor, military history enthusiast, and AACWRT member Rob Stone presents a lively, informed first-person program on the experiences of a typical Union Civil War infantryman, as seen from the vantage point of an aging veteran, recalling his adventures decades after the war’s end.
Last program---December 1: Show and Tell Night---Our annual opportunity for members to shine forth!
A CWRT is being formed in Jackson. An organizational meeting will be held on Sept. 16 at 6:30 at the Meijer Branch of the Jackson District Library (2699 Airport Rd.) Their first meeting will be on October 14 at 6:30. For more information contact Butch Hasenwinkle (764-9783) or Jime Grose (750-3081).
The House Divided Project at Dickinson College
is proud to announce the launch of a new type of
online history journal that features interactive essays
about the Civil War era. The maiden issue of the
Journal Divided (http://housedivided.dickinson.edu/sites/journal)
highlights several excerpts from Michael Burlingame's
prize-winning two-volume biography, Abraham Lincoln: A
Life (Johns Hopkins, 2008) and offers particular insight
about the Election of 1860. Readers will discover
over 50 pages from Burlingame's work presented in a
format that allows direct access to many of his
documents, sources, images, and other additional
reference material. Each excerpt contains both
audio and video supplements as well as a printable PDF
handout. There is also a comment
Southern Cultures, the award-winning and peer-reviewed quarterly from UNC's Center for the Study of the American South, has devoted a special section on its website to the Civil War, which includes direct links to all our content from the last decade for interested teachers, scholars, and students. To date, over 57,000 people at 1400 colleges and universities in more than 60 countries have read Southern Cultures online.
To view Civil War essays and features-and content on a number of other topics-please visit the READ page at www.SouthernCultures.org.