American Civil War Meetup Groups

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From the first shot to the last, the Civil War still captivates many Americans who continue to study its battles, leaders, and grapple with the difficult questions raised by its course and consequences. The Civil War Round Table of the District of Co

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Members and Civil War Buffs
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Group (20-40 yr old) to discuss civil war history over beers Thursday evenings in Clarendon/Old Town including discussions of leading authors like McPherson, Sears, Rhea, Foote. Group may take occasional daily trips on weekends to historic battlefiel­

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Sociable Cool Historians
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We are reading history books and then taking what we read out into the world for a hands on experience. For example, read "1776" and do a walking tour of Philly, with dinner at City Tavern. Some hands on cooking experiences with period related food

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History Explorers
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Join our members in discussing the life of Abraham Lincoln: son, father, lawyer, and President of the United States. From book discussions, to records of the National Archives, to Lincoln and Hollywood, monthly dinner meetings, and shuttle tours.

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Railsplitters
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In 1861, President Lincoln created the U.S. Sanitary Commission to support sick/wounded soldiers. Sanitary Fairs were an innovative way to raise $$ for the war effort, with crafts, performers, flea markets, fortune tellers, etc. As long-time Civil Wa

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Civilian reenactors
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Revolutionary War Reenactment also Civil War Reenactment at Harmony Hall Plantation House built around 1767 near White Oak NC. As House Guid and Deputy Marshal of the Backwoods Militia at Harmony Hall I invite all to come out and join us each Sunday

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July 27, 2014

In 1861, President Lincoln created the U.S. Sanitary Commission to support sick/wounded soldiers. Sanitary Fairs were an innovative way to raise $$ for the war effort, with crafts, performers, flea markets, fortune tellers, etc. As long-time Civil Wa

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Civilian reenactors
May 25, 2014

We are reading history books and then taking what we read out into the world for a hands on experience. For example, read "1776" and do a walking tour of Philly, with dinner at City Tavern. Some hands on cooking experiences with period related food

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History Explorers
February 21, 2014

Revolutionary War Reenactment also Civil War Reenactment at Harmony Hall Plantation House built around 1767 near White Oak NC. As House Guid and Deputy Marshal of the Backwoods Militia at Harmony Hall I invite all to come out and join us each Sunday

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Member
March 14, 2013

Join our members in discussing the life of Abraham Lincoln: son, father, lawyer, and President of the United States. From book discussions, to records of the National Archives, to Lincoln and Hollywood, monthly dinner meetings, and shuttle tours.

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Railsplitters
September 12, 2012

From the first shot to the last, the Civil War still captivates many Americans who continue to study its battles, leaders, and grapple with the difficult questions raised by its course and consequences. The Civil War Round Table of the District of Co

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Members and Civil War Buffs
August 14, 2012

Group (20-40 yr old) to discuss civil war history over beers Thursday evenings in Clarendon/Old Town including discussions of leading authors like McPherson, Sears, Rhea, Foote. Group may take occasional daily trips on weekends to historic battlefiel­

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Sociable Cool Historians
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