Brunswick Civil War
Round Table Photo Album
Below, please find
a collection of photographs from the events of the
Brunswick Civil War Round Table.
Richard Starnes, Ph.D. - June 2013
"Civil War Reconstruction in North Carolina"
Richard McMurry, Ph.D. - May 2013
"A Georgian's View of Sherman"
A. Wilson Greene - April 2013
"The Overland Campaign"
Dr. Gordon McKinney - March 2013
"This Part of the State is in Deplorable Condition:
The Civil War in Western North Carolina"
Charen Fink - February 2013
Civil War Round Table's First "Ladies Forum"
Emory M. Thomas - February 2013
"The Dogs of War: The Martial Moment, 1861"
Ed Bearss - January 2013
"The Emergence of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant: The Battles of Ft.
Henry and Ft. Donelson"
Ron Beavers - December 2012
"Civil War Logistics"
Horace Mewborn - November
"Hampton's Cattle Raid"
Charen Fink - October
"Civil War Women At War"
Robert E.L. Krick - Guest Speaker - September 2012
"Stuart's Last Ride:
Sheridan's Raid on Richmond and the Battle of Yellow Tavern"
Max R. Williams, Professor of History Emeritus, Western Carolina
Guest Speaker June 2012
William C. "Jack" Davis - Guest Speaker May 2012
Chris E. Fonvielle, Jr., Ph.D. - Guest Speaker
Nicholson and Re-Enactors - Guest Speaker March 2012
- Guest Speaker February 2012
Ed Bearss -
Guest Speaker January 2012
Jack Travis - Guest Speaker December 2011
Bob Mullauer - Guest Speaker
Dr. Brian S.
Wills - Guest Speaker October 2011
Dr. Wills is the Director
at the Center for the Study of the Civil War Era, and Professor of
History at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, Ga. Dr. Wills has
received numerous honors and awards for outstanding achievement; is
a Historian/Consultant; reviewer of various Civil War manuscripts,
chapters and textbooks; and, guest lectures at Civil War Round
Tables and seminars around the country. He is a prolific writer and
author on a number of Civil War topics, and is best known for his
award-winning biography entitled: "A Battle From the Start: The life
of Nathan Bedford Forrest."
Dr. Stephen R.
Wise, Civil War Historian, Writer, Editor, Guest Lecturer
Ural, PhD - Noted Historian, Author and Associate Professor
Guest Speaker June 2011
Mobley, Noted Civil War Historian and Author
Guest Speaker May 2011
Johnson - Guest Speaker April 2011
Dr. Johnson received his
M.D. at the West Virginia University School of Medicine; B.A.
History at UNCW; M.A. European History at UNCW; and, Master of
Public Health and Tropical Medicine at Tulane University. Dr Johnson
is and has been a member of several scholarly societies, and over
the years has received numerous honors and awards. His professional
positions and affiliations include Duke University Medical Center,
Montefiore Hospital in Pittsburgh, University of Mali Medical Center
in Bamako, Mali, the Delaney Radiologists Group, New Hanover
Regional Medical Center, and he is currently on the faculty of the
History Department at UNCW.
Starnes - Guest Speaker March 2011
Dr. Starnes is a dedicated
researcher, department head and associate professor of history at
Western Carolina University. He has authored three books, has
researched and written numerous articles and reviews about the Civil
War era, and was named Hunter Scholar, 2003 – 2004. He is currently
a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve and, following a tour
of duty in Iraq, he now commands a reserve battalion in Atlanta, GA.
Civil War Historian and Living
Charen Fink - Guest Speaker February 2011
Ed Bearss, Wally Rueckel
and Tom O'Donnell
January 12, 2011
Capacity Audience January
12, 2011 Meeting
235 Civil War Enthusiasts
(Including 49 Visitors and 67 New Members)