Bull Run Civil War Round Table

History Happened Here:
 The Warrenton Turnpike and the
First Battle of Bull Run July 21, 1961

by
Brian R. McEnany

Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7 PM.
During the pandemic, meetings are being held virtually.

“In Memory of Self and Comrades of the 1st Virginia Cavalry We Traitors & Cowards”: Dissent in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley”

Michael Shaffer

8 July 2021

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DateEventComment
Jan 14Historian and Re-enactor Al Stone “Gen Lee’s strategy from Battle of Chancellorsville to Gettysburg 1963”Zoom from FLA
Feb 11
Historian and Author Harry Smeltzer  “Gen McDowell’s Strategy before 1st Manassas 1861”Zoom from Pittsburgh PA
Mar 11Historian and former NPS Ranger Melissa Weeks “Jeb Stuart at Laurel Hill VA “”Zoom from Roanoke VA
Apr 8
Historian and Author Dr. Jen Murray  “The Victor of Gettysburg: George Gordon Meade & the Civil War”Zoom from OK
May 13Historian and Author Scott Mingus “CW in York County PA”
Zoom from Ohio
June 10Historian and Author Jonathan Noyalas “Are We Traitors & Cowards”: Dissent in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley”Zoom from Winchester VA
July 8Historian and Author Michael Shaffer “In Memory of Self and Comrades of the 1st Virginia Cavalry”Zoom from Georgia
August 12Historian and NPS Ranger Patrick Schroeder “The Battles of Appomattox Station and Appomattox Court House: The Final Fury and the Last to Die.”Zoom from Appomattox VA
Sept 9Historian and Author David Welker “The Cornfield, Battle of Antietam September 1862” BRCWRT Member on 160th battle anniversary and book …..told Dave this may be a live or Zoom presentation. Time will tell
Oct 14Author and Historian John Quarstein (Hampton Roads VA) “Commander Worden and the USS USS Montauk Destroy the CSS NashvilleThis may be a live or Zoom presentation.
Nov 11Author and Historian Brian McEnany “Federal Cavalry Early Warning Camps in Northern Virginia in 1864.”This may be a live or Zoom presentation.
Dec 9Authors and Historians Gene Schmiel, Frank Simione, and E.L. Dutch Schneider”Searching for Irvin McDowell, Forgotten Civil War General.”This may be a live or Zoom presentation.