List of CWRT Presentations, 1940 to Present

The below list is of the speakers and presentations of
the CWRT of Chicago, 1940 to present.

Tape Number
Date
Speaker
Subject
12/1/1940
Precival C. Hart
Stonewall Jackson's Valley Campaign
1/1/1941
Elmer Gertz
Wilbur F. Storey and the Chicago Times in the Civil War
2/1/1941
Robert Kinkaid
Cumberland Gap in the Civil War
3/1/1941
Otto Eisenchiml
Civil War Battlefields I Have Visited
4/1/1941
John W. Curran
America's Greatest Conspiracy: The Trial of the Lincoln Conspirators
5/1/1941
Newton C. Farr
The Secession Movement and Some of Its Fathers
10/1/1941
Monroe F. Cockrell
General Nathan Bedford Forrest
11/1/1941
Stanley F. Horn
The Army of the Tennessee
12/1/1941
Ralph F. Newman
General Benjamin F. Butler
1/1/1942
Stewart W. McClelland
Following the Trail of Jeffereson Davis' Flight
2/1/1942
Norman Bruce Sigband
General John A. McClernand and the Civil War
3/1/1942
Seymore F. Frank
King Cotton and the Blockade
4/1/1942
Otto Eisenchiml
Perival G. Hart
Symposium: General George Brinton McClelland
5/1/1942
R. Gerald McMurty
Ben Hardin Helm, Rebel Brother-in-Law of Abraham Linclon
9/1/1942
Garrett W. Eskew
The Mississippi River in the Civil War
10/1/1942
Stanly F. Horn
Harry Howard
Roy F. Basler
Dedication of the Civil War Library of Lincoln Memorial University,
Harrogate, Mississippi
11/1/1942
Harry E. Pratt
The Personal Finances of Abraham Lincoln
12/1/1942
Carl B. Davis
Some Medical Aspects of the Civil War
1/1/1943
Leroy H. Fischer
Lincoln's Gadfly - Adam Gurowski
2/1/1943
Walter H. Herbert
Fighting Jow Hooker
3/1/1943
Paul M. Angle
B. H. Grierson: Calvaryman
4/1/1943
Ernest Samuels
The Adams Family and the Southern Question
5/1/1943
Walter S. Holden
Abraham Lincoln: Man of Inner Conflict
6/1/1943
Don Russell
Illinois Monuments on Civil War Battlefields
9/1/1943
Franklin J. Meine
Frontier Humor in Early Illinois
10/1/1943
Jay Monaghan
Alaskan Slavery and the Civil War
11/1/1943
Robert S. Henry
Nathan Bedford Forrest
12/1/1943
Louis A. Warren
Herndon's Contribution to Lincoln Mythology
1/1/1944
Chester L. Fordney
The United States Marine Corp in the Civil War
2/1/1944
Seymore F. Frank
Elmer Gertz
John M. Hammer
Ralph G. Neuman
Carl Sandburg
Discussion: Lincoln the Lover & Diary of a Public Man
3/1/1944
William E. Beringer
How the be Rich as Historian or News Forces in American History, or
Lincoln and Other Presidential Candidates
4/1/1944
Herber E. Kahler
Civil War Battlefields - Their Preservationand Treatment
5/1/1944
James G. Randell
Generals, Secretaries and Some Senators
6/1/1944
M. L. Houser
Lincoln, Stanton and the Maryland Triumvarate
9/1/1944
Elmer Gertz
Some Aspects of Civil War Journalism
10/1/1944
Gala
12/1/1944
Lester O. Schriver
Was Lincoln a Seer, Saint or Mere Politician?
1/1/1945
Marshall Winfield
Robert E. lee
2/1/1945
Lloyd D. Miller
The Battle of Franklin
3/1/1945
Otto Eisenschmil
Seymour J. Frank
Carl B. Davis
Elemer Gertz
Symposium: Jeffereson Davis
4/1/1945
Robert L. Huttner
The Slavery Epoch and Slave Trade in American History
5/1/1945
John M. Hammer
Abraham Lincoln: Hoosier
6/1/1945
Otto Eisenschmil
The Story of Shiloh
9/1/1945
U.S. Lesh
A Knight of the Golden Circle
10/1/1945
Robert L. Kincaid
Kentucky in the Civil War
11/1/1945
Seymour J. Frank
A Civil War Illusion - Northern Prosperity
12/1/1945
Wesley Carty
That Traitor - Breckenridge
1/1/1946
Avery O. Craven
The Many - Caused Civil War
2/1/1946
Parker C. Webb
Chickamauga - A Study of Original Sources
3/1/1946
Herbert A. Kellar
Repercussions of the Civil War upon Rockbridge County, VA
4/1/1946
Newton C. Farr
Reconstruction after the Civil War
5/1/1946
John P. Long
Spy and Counter-Spy in the American Civil War
6/1/1946
Robert B. Browne
Escape of John Hunt Morgan from the Columbus Penetentiary
9/1/1946
Otto Eisenschiml
E.B. Long
What Kind of Man was Edwin M. Stanton?
11/1/1946
Wright Howes
Paul M. Angle
William Herzog
Presentation of David H. Annan Library of the Civil Warto the Chicago
Historical Society and Gettysburg Address Memorial
12/1/1946
G. T. DesJardins
Fabius Maximus Comes to Georgia - The Atlanta Campaign of Joseph
E. Johnston
1/1/1947
Joseph L. Eisendrath
Lincolniana in the Official Records
2/1/1947
Reinhard H. Luthin
Fields for Research in Lincolniana
3/1/1947
Harry G. Hershenson
Military Government
4/1/1947
Stanley F. Horn
The Cruise of the Confederate Crusier Shenandoah
5/1/1947
Charles S. Schwartz
The Development and Use of Weapons in the Civil War
6/1/1947
Donald W. Riddle
Lincoln Runs fo Congress
9/1/1947
Benjamin P. Thomas
Portrait for Prosterity - Lincoln and His Biographers
10/1/1947
Robert L. Huttner
Some British Observers of the American Civil War
11/1/1947
Roy P. Basler
The Job of Editing Lincon's Writings
12/1/1947
Frank E. Vandiver
Josiah Gorgas
1/1/1948
The battle of Gettysburg: a discussion of the Columbia Broadcasting
System radio program, "CBS Is There" October 21, 1947, recorded for
the Civil War Roundtable
2/1/1948
Frank J. Welcher
The Atlanta Campaign
3/1/1948
Andrew Nelson Lytle
The Failure of Southern Leadership; The Quality of the Southern
Failure
4/1/1948
Don Russell
Lincoln Raises and Army: The (Dis)Organization of the Union Army
5/1/1948
Don Armstrong
The Applicability of Lessons of the Civil War to the Atomic Age
6/1/1948
Donald W. Riddle
Elmer Gertz
Robert L. Hunter
Informal Discussion: John Brown
9/1/1948
Otto Eisenschmil
E. B. Long
The Ifs of the Civil War
10/1/1948
David C. Mearns
The Robert Lincoln Papers
11/1/1948
Robert B. Browne
The Confederate Calvary
12/1/1948
Ben Irvin Wiley
On the Trail of Billy Yank
1/1/1949
Marshall Wingfield
Old Straight - Lieutenant General Alexander Stewart, C.S.A
2/1/1949
Chalres S. McCombs
The Recapture of Galveston by the Confederates: An Amphibious
Operation
3/1/1949
John N. Ware
Streight's Raid
4/1/1949
R. Gerald McMurtry
John L. Worden, the Commander of the Monitor and his Contacts with
Abraham Lincoln
5/1/1949
John G. Graef
Gettysburg and General George Gordon Meade
6/1/1949
Donald W. Riddle
Robert L. Hunter
John Brown: A Panel Discussion of a Controversial Figure
8/1/1949
Robert S. Henry
The Railroads of the Confederacy
9/1/1949
Monroe F. Cockrell
The Siege of Vicksburg by Land and Water
10/1/1949
Stanley F. Horn
Biography by Anecdote: The Robert E. Lee XXXXX
11/1/1949
Frank Klement
Middle West Copperheadism in the Civil War
12/1/1949
Otto Eisenschmil
How Should History Be Written?
1/1/1950
Richard Barksdale Harwell
Confederate Carrousel: Southern XXXX of the Sixties
2/1/1950
Louis A. Warren
The Lincoln Political Puzzel of 1865
3/1/1950
George S. Dalgety
The Presidents and the Civil War
4/1/1950
Allan Nevins
Could the Civil War Been Avoided and if so, How?
5/1/1950
Clarence E. McCartney
Grant and His Captians
9/1/1950
Benjamin P. Thomas
Freedom's Firebrand - Theodore Weld
10/1/1950
Colonel Robert R. McCormick
The Fight for the Border States
11/1/1950
Harrison Platt
Editing the Civil War
12/1/1950
William B. Hesseltine
Davis vs. Lee: Post War Careers of the Confederate Leaders
1/1/1951
Harry E. Pratt
Peace in our one Common Country - The Hampton Roads Conference
2/1/1951
Robert S. Henry
Rehearsal in Mexico: Trial by Battle of Civil War Leaders
3/1/1951
Lloyd B. Miller
The Spring Hill Affair
4/1/1951
Boyd B. Stutler
John Brown and Abraham Lincoln
5/1/1951
Robert L. Kincaid
General Oliver Otis Howard, Soldier in Peace and War
6/1/1951
William H. Townsend
Allen Nevins
Informal Meeting in the Lincoln Room of Lincoln Memorial University
1
9/20/1951
Seymour J. Frank
We’ll Hang Jeff Davis to a Sour Apple Tree
2
10/19/1951
Holman Hamilton
Old Rough and Ready & the Civil War
3
11/2/1951
General Jim Dan Hill
The Red River Campaign
4
12/5/1951
Ralph Korngold
The Nature of Secession
5
1/9/1952
Elmer Gertz
Chas A. Dana: The Eyes of the Government at the Front
6
2/8/1952
Raymond Dooley
Abraham Lincoln, Logan County, Lincoln, Illinois
7
4/11/1952
E.B. ‘Pete” Long
U.S. Grant, The Man Behind the Memoirs
8
5/27/1952
Lloyd D. Miller
The Union Left Flank, July 2d, 1863
9
6/10/1952
Otto Eisenschiml
Gettysburg
10
6/21/1952
Bruce Catton
The Army of the Potomac: A Problem in Command
11
9/17/1952
W. Norman Fitzgerald
The Campaign of Mobile
12
10/17/1952
William Townsend
The Lion of Whitehall: Cassius Marcellus Clay:
13
11/9/1952
Benjamin P. Thomas
Mr. Lincoln Reads his Mail
14
1/16/1953
Harry Hershenson
Thaddeus Stevens: A Thorn in Lincoln’s Side
15
4/30/1953
Bruce Catton
The Battle of Five Forks & General Sheridan’s Indictment of General
G. Warren
16
5/7/1953
D. S. Freeman
Five Problems of Critique for the Civil War Historian
17
5/7/1953
Mr. Hatch
The Two Sieges of Yorktown
18
5/8/1953
Panel Discussion
The Civil War Today (Radio Program)
19
6/12/1953
Elmer Gertz
Reporters for the Union
20
1/14/1954
Robert Browne
Brice’s Crossroads: A Story in Military Leadership
21
2/19/1954
Panel Discussion
Has the Lincoln Theme Been Exhausted?
22
3/18/1954
T. Harry Williams
A Pattern of a Historian – A Critical Discussion of D. S. Freeman and
his Biography of R. E. Lee
23
5/14/1954
T. Harry Williams
Beauregard at Shiloh
24
5/15/1954
Bell I. Wiley
Trail of the C.S.A., A History of the Confederacy
25
10/10/1954
Hartnett T. Kane
Spies for the Blue and the Gray: & Louis M. Starr: The Civil War
Newsmen in Action
26
11/19/1954
Harold Hyman
Lincoln’s McCarthy: John F. Potter of Wisconsin
27
12/9/1954
Multiple Speakers
Stonewall Jackson in 1862
28
4/14/1955
Richard McMurry
Zollicoffer and the Battle of Mill Springs
29
5/6/1955
T. Harry Williams
Beauregard, the Man
30
5/12/1955
W. F. Stauffer
Northern Army Correspondents
31
5/21/1955
Erza J. Warner
Generals in Gray
32
6/16/1955
Otto Eisenschiml
An Unorthodox View of the Civil War
33
10/21/1955
Benjamin P. Thomas
A Candid View of Grant
34
1/9/1956
Charles H. Coleman
Thomas Lincoln: Father of the President
35
3/11/1956
Avery Craven
The Civil War 100 Years Later
36
4/12/1956
W. B. Hesseltine
Andersonville
37
5/17/1956
Frank Van Diver
Rebel Brass
38
6/8/1956
Gilbert Piper
Civil War Firearms
39
9/11/1956
Gilbert E. Govan
Confederate Personalities (Incomplete)
40
10/11/1956
Ned Julian
The Savannah Campaign
41
11/8/1956
Virgil C. Jones
Ranger Mosby (Incomplete)
42
12/7/1956
Vic Thompson
How to Enjoy the Civil War
43
1/17/1957
James. A. Johnston
A Friendship with D. S. Freeman
44
2/18/1957
E. B. ‘Pete’ Long
Fort Sumter – Panel Discussion
45
4/12/1957
Bruce Catton
The Civil War
46
5/15/1957
Col William Caper
Stonewall Jackson the Man & Lee Bushong Winchester & the Civil War
47
12/2/1957
Elmer Gertz
James Harrison Wilson
48
1/24/1958
Mr. Tilberg
Gettysburg
49
2/19/1958
Richard McMurry
Lincoln’s Address at Gettysburg
50
3/7/1958
Ray Billington
The Frontier Origin of the Civil War
51
4/22/1958
Bell I. Wiley
The Confederate Congress
52
5/9/1958
Otto Eisenschiml
Why the Civil War?
53
6/6/1958
Edward G. Borthell
Some Civil War Apocrypha
54
11/14/1958
Avery Craven
Southern Secession
55
1/8/1959
Hubert Hawkins
John Hunt Morgan & his Raid Across the Ohio
56
2/6/1959
W. B. Hesseltine
Lincoln and Reconstruction
57
4/10/1959
Clyde C. Walton
Recent Writings on the Civil War
58
5/20/1959
Mrs. Karl Betts
The Civil War Commission
59
9/11/1959
Allan Nevins
The Darkest Hour of the War in the Northwest
60
1/15/1960
Alan T. Nolan
Brawner’s Farm: The Baptism of the Iron Brigade
61
2/19/1960
Robert L. Kincaid
Memorable Moments Along the Lincoln Trail
62
4/8/1960
John P. Hunter & E. B. ‘Pete’ Long
Symposium on the Battlefields of Virginia
63
5/27/1960
T. Harry Williams
The Generalship of the North & South
64
10/8/1960
Col. Allen P. Julian
Glory or Good Management?
65
3/10/1961
Richard Current
The Continuing Civil War
66
4/7/1961
Frank Van Diver
The Confederacy and the New South
67
5/12/1961
Dr. Robert Meade
Judah P. Benjamin: Confederate Statesman
68
9/15/1961
Otto Eisenschiml
Do We Need a Code for Civil War Writers?
69
10/12/1961
Harold Hyman
Lincoln’s Mars: Edwin M. Stanton
70
1/17/1962
Grady McWhiney
Braxton Bragg: Misplaced General
71
2/15/1962
Rev. L. Genovsky
Some New Light on the Lincoln-Pickett Relationship
72
4/11/1962
Dr. Richard Mudd
The Assassination of A. Lincoln: The Trial and Imprisonment of Dr.
Samuel A. Mudd
73
4/27/1962
Multiple Speakers
Antietam
74
5/11/1962
Everett Lewy
The Battle of Chickamauga
75
6/15/1962
Donald L. Smith
The Twenty-fourth Michigan
76
1/18/1963
Edward M. Coffman
The Notorious Captain Thomas H. Hines
77
2/28/1963
Dr. David C. Mearns
The Gettysburg Address: The Mysteries of the Manuscript
78
3/22/1963
Col. Allen P. Julian
Snake Creek Gap: The Historian and the Principles of the Civil War
79
4/24/1963
Sen. R. Yarborough
Some Irregular Notes on the History of the Douglas Battery
80
5/17/1963
James. V. Murfin
Antietam: The Enigma and the Significance
81
6/14/1963
Charles L. DuFour
Henry Hotze: Rebel Propagandist
82
9/26/1963
Bruce Catton
Politics of the Army of the Potomac
83
10/25/1963
Gilbert E. Govan
The President and the General
84
11/15/1963
Shelby Foote
Grant’s Seven Failures Above Vicksburg
85
2/8/1964
Clyde C. Walton
The Training of the Civil War Soldiers
86
4/17/1964
T. Harry Williams
The Civil War in Louisiana
87
4/29/1964
Charles P. Roland
The Generalship of Albert S. Johnston at the Battle of Shiloh
88
10/16/1964
John Hope Franklin
The Military Occupation of the South
89
1/15/1965
Edwin C. Bearss
The Ironclad Cairo
90
3/12/1965
General Jim Dan Hill
The Command Structure in the Union and Confederate Navies
91
4/9/1965
Victor Searcher
Lincoln’s Last Journey
92
5/14/1965
Glenn Tucker
Chickamauga
93
6/11/1965
T. Harry Williams
The Valley Campaign of 1864
94
9/10/1965
Clement Silvestro
None But the Patriots: The Union Leagues of the Civil War
95
10/13/1965
Gilbert E. Govan
Background of the Battle of Chattanooga
96
10/14/1965
Herbert Kerwood
The Story of the Chattanooga Rebel
97
10/15/1965
Franklin M. Garrett
Atlanta During the Civil War and a Brief Comment on General Hood
98
12/14/1965
General Mark Clark
America’s Wars
99
2/10/1966
James. A. Johnston
Grant and Lee: Move and Countermove
100
4/11/1966
Sir Dennis Brogan
The War as a War
101
6/10/1966
Frank Van Diver
Toward the Second Centennial
102
9/19/1966
S. I. Nieman
Judah P. Benjamin
103
10/12/1966
Ralph G. Newman
Benjamin F. Butler: Politician or Hero?
104
11/15/1966
Col. Allen P. Julian
Gallant John Hood
105
12/8/1966
Dr. Frank L. Klement
Vallandigham and the Civil War
106
1/13/1967
Dr. Geo. J. Fleming
Political Generals: Esp. John A. Logan
107
3/20/1967
Col. H. B. Simpson
Jefferson Davis & the U.S. Camel Corps
108
4/21/1967
Dr. Howard Monnett
Westport and the Sterling Price Invasion of 1864
109
4/22/1967
Col. L. B. Wickoff
The Siege of Lexington, Missouri
110
4/26/1967
Fred G. Benton, Jr.
The Battle & Siege of Port Hudson
111
5/25/1967
Henry E. Simms
Northern Censorship of the Press: Necessary or Needless?
112
6/23/1967
J. Robert Smith
General Mike Lawler
113
9/8/1967
Elmer Gertz
The Assassinations of Pres. Lincoln &Kennedy as Seen by Jack Ruby’s
Lawyer
114
10/27/1967
Dr. Mark M. Krug
Abraham Lincoln & Lyman Trumbull
115
11/10/1967
Ralph G. Newman
Readin’, Writin’, and Round Tables
116
12/15/1967
Phillip R. Davis
Justice in the Confederacy
117
1/12/1968
Glen H. Seymour
Illinois in the 1850’s
118
2/9/1968
Lloyd Ostendorf
The Faces of Abraham Lincoln
119
3/8/1968
Shelby Foote
Grant Comes to Washington
120
5/2/1968
Joseph P. Cullen
The Battle of Chancellorsville
121
5/3/1968
Ralph Happel
The Chancellorsville Family of Chancellorsville
122
5/10/1968
Leroy H. Fischer
The Civil War in Today’s Perspective
123
6/7/1968
T. Harry Williams
A Yank at Oxford
124
9/13/1968
Lloyd D. Miller
The Union Left on the 2d Day at Gettysburg
125
10/11/1968
Virgil C. Jones
The Union Naval Forces
126
11/8/1968
Francis F. Wilshin
The Recapture of a Battlefield: First Bull Run in Light of New Evidence
127
12/13/1968
Francis A. Lord
Weapons & Their Effect on Tactics
128
3/14/1969
Brooks Davis
The Battle of Perryville ~ 1862
129
4/12/1969
Warren W. Hassler
A New Look at McClellan
130
6/6/1969
Charles L. DuFour
The Blue and the Gray in Mexico
131
9/8/1969
John T. Hubbell
J. S. McPherson
132
10/10/1969
Bell I. Wiley
Diary from Dixie: Mary Chestnut
133
5/1/1970
A. A. Lawrence
A Satirical View & Impact on American History had the South Won at
Gettysburg and Eventually the War
134
10/16/1970
Edwin C. Bearss
Vicksburg
135
11/13/1970
Joseph A. Daly
Battle at Pilgrim’s Point
136
12/18/1970
John P. Hunter
Haskell of Gettysburg: The Iron Brigade’s Finest
137
1/18/1971
Hobart G. Cawood
Cold Harbor
138
2/19/1971
Harry Anderson
The Sioux Campaign
139
3/12/1971
Frank Rankin
Morgan’s Raids
140
3/19/1971
Edwin C. Bearss
Port Republic ~ Cross Keys
141
4/3/1971
Ned Julian
Margaret Mitchell
142
5/14/1971
Harry M. Caudill
Guerrilla War in Kentucky
143
6/11/1971
Joe Eisendrath
Lincoln Myths
144
9/10/1971
Grady McWhiney
Jefferson Davis & His Generals
145
10/8/1971
Jerry L. Scholer
Mary Ann Pittman
146
11/9/1971
Charles Wesselhoeft
Civil War Railroads an Overview
147
12/10/1971
E.B. ‘Pete” Long
The War Beyond the River: The Trans- Mississippi and the Influence of
the War in the West
148
1/14/1972
James I. Robertson
The Stonewall Brigade
149
3/10/1972
Alan T. Nolan
The Iron Brigade & the Reasons Why
150
4/21/1972
T. Harry Williams
Grant as President
151
5/12/1972
Damon Wells, Jr.
Stephen A. Douglas & the South
152
6/9/1972
Robert H. Fowler
New Discoveries about the Civil War
153
9/23/1972
Lowell H. Harrison
General John C. Breckinridge, C.S.A.
154
10/13/1972
Dan Lapinski
The Battle of Island No. 10
155
1/12/1973
Victor Hicken
The Civil War Fighting Man: Comparison of Past and Present
156
3/9/1973
Bell I. Wiley
Confederate Women of the Lost Cause
157
4/13/1973
Dana M. Wegner
Commodore Dirty Bill Porter
158
5/10/1973
Edwin C. Bearss
Lee’s Movement up the Rappahannock up to July 1
st
and the Battle of
Gettysburg
159
5/18/1973
Edward C. Johnson
Embalming Surgeons of the Civil War
160
6/8/1973
Geo. Hartzog
Our Endangered Civil War Battlefields
161
9/12/1973
Paul Simon
Freedom’s Champion: Elijah Paris Lovejoy
162
10/13/1973
Gerhard Clausius
Stephen A. Hurlbut
163
2/8/1974
Dick Blake
A Look at Lincoln & the Schimmelfennig Singers
164
3/8/1974
Marshall Krolick
Lee & Longstreet at Gettysburg
165
6/8/1974
Gordon Whitney
1
st
Nevin-Freeman Award given to Bruce Catton
166
5/9/1975
Ralph G. Newman
Lincoln’s Incredible Funeral
167
3/12/1976
Roger G. Holloway
Great Britain & the Civil War
168
10/14/1977
John P. Hunter
The Capture of Jefferson Davis
169
11/17/1977
E. B. ‘Pete’ Long
A Broader Approach to Civil War Strategy
170
12/9/1977
Lewis Croce
Lincoln & the Federal Bureaucracy
171
1/13/1978
Sherman Lavigna
Benjamin Butler: Beast or Benefactor?
172
3/10/1978
James I. Robertson
Civil War Chaplains
177
4/14/1978
Marshall Krolick
The Battle of Brandy Station
178
5/12/1978
Kenneth Carley
The Sioux Uprising of 1862
179
9/8/1978
Merlin Sumner
The 67th Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment.
180
10/13/1978
Harold Hyman
Has the Lincoln Conspiracy Theme Been Exhausted?
181
12/8/1978
Brooks Davis
The Perryville Campaign
182
1/17/1979
Grady McWhiney
Conf. Generals: Strengths & Weaknesses
183
3/9/1979
Herman Hattaway
Stephen D. Lee
184
4/6/1979
William. A. Frassanito
Antietam: The Photographic Legacy of America’s Bloodiest Day
185
9/14/1979
Bill Mallory
Actions North of the James
186
10/12/1979
Robert K. Krick
Edward Porter Alexander, C.S.A
187
11/9/1979
Daniel Jordan
Richmond: First City of the Confederacy
188
12/14/1979
Henry Pomerantz
Aldie, Middleburg, & Upperville
189
1/11/1980
John Y. Simon
Grant as Historian: Memoirs Revisited
190
2/8/1980
James McDonough
The Final Day at Stone’s River
191
4/11/1980
Ralph G. Newman
The Lights Go On Again at Ford’s Theater
192
5/9/1980
Walter Brown
Albert Pike as a Confederate General
193
3/30/1981
E. B. ‘Pete’ Long
The Saints of the Union
194
11/12/1982
Stephen B. Oates
John Brown: Catalyst for the Civil War
195
12/10/1982
Perry Jamieson
Artillery Tactics of the Civil War
196
3/11/1983
John E. Devine
Cavalry Campaigns: Prelude to Gettysburg
197
4/8/1983
Robert Johannsen
Stephen A. Douglas & the Spirit of the Age
198
6/11/1983
Multiple Speakers
Nevins-Freeman Assembly
199
9/9/1983
Walter H. Herbert
Fighting Joe Hooker
200
10/14/1983
Robert K. Krick
Cedar Mountain
201
12/9/1983
Karen Osborne
Women in the Civil War
202
1/13/1984
Myron Cohn
The Signal & Telegraph Corps in the Civil War
203
2/17/1984
Panel Discussion
Senate Confrontation: Nov. 12
th
, 1860
204
3/9/1984
Roy K. Flint
The Defeat at Cold Harbor
205
4/13/1984
Richard McMurry
John Bell Hood
206
5/4/1984
Edwin C. Bearss
John Pope
207
5/18/1984
Walter N. Trenery
John Pope
208
6/8/1984
Daniel Jordan
The Life & Adventures of John S. Mosby
209
9/15/1984
Multiple Speakers
Nevins - Freeman Assembly
210
10/12/1984
Jim/ Alice Trulock
Joshua L. Chamberlain
211
11/9/1984
Merlin Sumner
Grant’s Staff: A Plus or a Minus?
212
12/14/1984
David Finny
The Death of Stonewall Jackson
213
1/11/1985
Brooks Davis
The Grand Army of the Republic
214
2/8/1985
Herman Hattaway
How the North Won
215
3/8/1985
Gary Gallagher
Stephen Dodson Ramseur
216
4/12/1985
William J. Sullivan
The Trans-Mississippi in 1864
217
5/2/1985
Multiple Speakers
Hatcher’s Run to Five Forks
218
5/3/1985
Edwin C. Bearss
The Corps Organization thru Petersburg
219
5/4/1985
Harold Howard
Confederate Veterans
220
6/14/1985
Paul J. Beaver
Lincoln’s Political Race in Central Illinois
221
9/20/1985
John Y. Simon
Editing the Papers of U. S. Grant
222
10/11/1985
Kent M. Brown
Alonzo Cushing & his Battery at Gettysburg
223
11/8/1985
Donald C. Pfanz
The 11
th
Corps at Chancellorsville
224
12/13/1985
Chris Caulkins
The Ragged & Starved Confederates: An Examination of Lee’s Army,
1864 – 1865
225
1/10/1986
Multiple Speakers
Our Ethnic Ancestors in the Civil War
226
2/14/1986
Mark E. Neely
Lincoln and Douglas
228
3/15/1986
Tom Arliskas
Grant at Belmont
231
3/15/1986
Edwin C. Bearss
Grant at Vicksburg
233
3/15/1986
Robert K. Krick
Grant from the Rapidan to the James
230
3/15/1986
Marshall Krolick
Grant’s General Order No. 11
227
3/15/1986
John Y. Simon
Grant as Commander
234
3/15/1986
Richard J. Sommers
Grant at Petersburg
229
3/15/1986
Wiley Sword
Grant at Shiloh
232
3/15/1986
Gordon Whitney
Grant at Chattanooga
235
4/11/1986
Edgar G. Archer
Orthopedic Surgery during the Civil War
236
5/1/1986
Robert K. Krick
James ‘Pete’ Longstreet
237
5/2/1986
Edwin C. Bearss
Coastal Artillery
238
5/9/1986
Gordon Whitney
The President Will Now Make a Few Remarks
239
6/6/1986
James I. Robertson
General Ambrose Powell Hill
240
9/12/1986
Harold Hyman
Lincoln and Yuppie Lawyers
241
10/10/1986
Richard F. Selcer
Lee and Pickett
242
11/14/1986
A. Wilson Greene
The Bloody Angle at Spotsylvania
243
12/12/1986
Alan T. Nolan
A Historic View of Robert E. Lee
244
1/9/1987
Marshall Krolick
From Captain to Brigadier: The Promotions of Custer, Farnsworth and
Merritt
245
2/20/1987
Ralph G. Newman
Robert Todd Lincoln & the Civil War
246
3/13/1987
Howard McManus
The Battle of Cloyd’s Mountain
247
4/17/1987
Mike B. Chesson
The Richmond Bread Riot
248
5/1/1987
Richard Hatcher
Captain Nathaniel Lyon
249
5/2/1987
Edwin C. Bearss
Career Summarization of the Pea Ridge Battle Commanders
250
5/8/1987
Betty J. Otto
Maryland Remembers the Civil War
251
6/5/1987
Mark Boatner
The Civil War Dictionary
252
9/11/1987
James T. Hickey
Robert Todd Lincoln’s Relationship with Authors and Artists
253
10/9/1987
William Saffire
Lincoln’s Constitutional Excesses
254
11/13/1987
James Ramage
John Hunt Morgan
255
12/11/1987
Gordon E. Dammann
In Defense of the Civil War Surgeon
256
1/8/1988
James Vlazny
Robert Barnwell Rhett: Father of Secession
257
2/12/1988
William Hanchett
Abraham Lincoln: Man in the Middle
258
3/11/1988
Holzer & Neely
The Confederate Images of the Lost Cause
259
4/8/1988
Michael T. Snyder
The Battle of Seven Pines
260
4/27/1988
Edwin C. Bearss
A Comparison of Both Armies in the East, 1862 - 1864
261
4/28/1988
Frank Van Diver
Lee & Jackson: Model Partners
262
5/13/1988
Gerald Linderman
The Experience of Combat in the Civil War
263
6/10/1988
Edward G. Longacre
The Army of the James, 1863 – 1865
264
9/9/1988
Robert K. Krick
The Army of Northern Virginia, Sept. 1862
265
10/11/1988
Herdegen & Beaudot
The Railroad Cut at Gettysburg
266
11/11/1988
Gordon Whitney
Sherman & his Lieutenants
267
12/9/1988
Karen Osborne
A Civil War Christmas
268
1/13/1989
Bruce Bazelon
Gettysburg After the Fight
269
2/10/1989
James McPherson
Lincoln & Liberty
270
3/10/1989
Jerry L. Russell
The Battle of Pea Ridge
271
4/14/1989
Charles Wesselhoeft
The Army of the Tenn. Under Grant
272
5/12/1989
Edwin Simmons
Fort Fisher
273
6/9/1989
John Y. Simon
Edward Baker at Ball’s Bluff
274
9/8/1989
Mark E. Neely
Was the Civil War Total War?
275
10/6/1989
Gary Gallagher
Edward Porter Alexander
276
11/10/1989
Herbert Schiller
The Bermuda Hundred Campaign
277
12/8/1989
Armin Wing
The Gods of War & Prince of Peace
278
1/12/1990
William J. Sullivan
Chicago During the Civil War
279
3/9/1990
Michael Andrus
General Edward ‘Allegheny’ Johnson
280
4/13/1990
Richard McMurry
Confederate Journalism
281
5/3/1990
Dennis Frye
Davis’ Cavalry Escape from Harper’s Ferry
282
5/4/1990
Edwin C. Bearss
Antietam Generals
283
5/11/1990
William E. Parrish
Confederate Governors
284
6/8/1990
Jerry L. Rogers
The Protection of Battlefields
285
9/14/1990
Richard Huebner
The Meserve Civil War Record
289
10/13/1990
Edwin C. Bearss
Sherman & Hood at Atlanta
286
10/13/1990
Gary Gallagher
Early & Sheridan in the Valley
288
10/13/1990
Robert K. Krick
Jackson & Banks in the Valley
287
10/13/1990
Mark E. Neely
The Emancipation Proclamation
290
10/13/1990
James I. Robertson
Abraham Lincoln & Jefferson Davis
291
11/8/1990
William Burton
Ethnic Soldiers in the Union Army
292
12/14/1990
C. Robert Douglas
Granny Lee: Fiasco in West Virginia
293
1/11/1991
Marshall Krolick
Cavalry Battle at Gettysburg
294
2/8/1991
Terrence Winschel
Relief of Fortress Vicksburg
295
2/12/1991
James McPherson
Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War
296
3/8/1991
Gerald A. Regan
The Walk of Correspondents Browne, Davis And Richardson: 340 Miles
to Freedom
297
4/12/1991
A. Wilson Greene
The 11
th
Corps on the 1
st
Day at Gettysburg
298
5/2/1991
Edwin C. Bearss
Shiloh through the Capture of Corinth
299
5/2/1991
Wiley Sword
Albert S. Johnston: How Good a General?
300
5/10/1991
Michael Hughes
Chattanooga Campaign during the Fall 1863
301
6/14/1991
Jean H. Baker
The Abraham Lincoln Marriage
302
9/13/1991
Blake Magner
Stannard’s 2d Vermont Brigade
303
10/4/1991
James Hickey
The Lincoln Collection at Lincoln College
304
10/11/1991
Gary Gallagher
Jubal Early & the Myth of the Lost Cause
305
11/8/1991
Alan T. Nolan
The Generalship of R. E. Lee
306
12/13/1991
Mary Abroe
Battlefield Commemoration & Preservation
307
1/10/1992
Osborne & Crane
A Women’s War: Two Perspectives, No. & So.
308
2/14/1992
William Robertson
General Thomas J. Wood at Chickamauga
309
3/13/1992
Herman Hattaway
Teaching the Civil War at West Point
310
4/10/1992
Dennis Frye
Mosby Vs. Sheridan in the Shenandoah
311
4/30/1992
Edwin C. Bearss
Lee & his Problems with his Corps Commanders
312
5/1/1992
John Coverick
The Fighting for Culp’s Hill and East Cemetery Hill (Gettysburg)
313
5/8/1992
Lawrence Hewitt
Port Hudson: Best Photographed
314
6/12/1992
Steven Newton
Joe Johnston: Politics, Ego &Rationalization after the Battle of Seven
Pines
315
9/11/1992
Wiley Sword
A Perspectives on Franklin and Nashville
316
10/9/1992
Shelby Foote
Epilogue of the Civil War
317
11/13/1992
John Hennessey
Return to Bull Run
318
12/11/1992
Peter Cozzens
The 21
st
Ohio on Horseshoe Ridge
319
1/8/1993
Brooks Davis
Jeff Davis & Abe Lincoln as Commanders in Chief
320
2/12/1993
Brian Pohanka
Digging into Custer’s Last Stand
321
3/12/1993
Frank Byrne
Civil War Prisons: Myth and Reality
322
4/16/1993
Carol Reardon
Images of Pickett’s Charge in Southern Hist.
323
5/7/1993
Terrence Winschel
Grant’s March Through Mississippi
324
5/8/1993
Edwin C. Bearss
Union Gunboats on the Mississippi
325
5/14/1993
William Piston
Clio & the General: James Longstreet and the Writing of Southern
History
326
6/11/1993
Frances Kennedy
Community Benefits to Battlefield Preservation
327
9/10/1993
William Young
Pickett’s Charge
328
11/12/1993
K. Jerry Williams
The C.S.N. & Blockade Running in England
329
12/10/1993
Paul I. Kliger
The Confederate Invasion of New Mexico
330
3/11/1994
Gordon Sullivan
Grant’s Challenges as Cmdg General, 1864
331
4/8/1994
Kenneth McKenzie
Confederate Charleston
332
5/5/1994
Dennis Frye
The Shattered Shenandoah
332
5/13/1994
Robert K. Krick
Lawyers, Politicians and Clerks: The Regimental Commanders of the
Army of Northern Virginia
333
6/6/1994
Stacey Allen
New Discoveries at Shiloh
334
9/9/1994
Frank Williams
Abraham Lincoln: Our Ever Present Contemporary
336
11/7/1994
Terry Van Meter
The Cavalry Corps of the Army of the Potomac
338
12/9/1994
Lincoln College
Rosehill Cemetery
337
12/9/1994
David E. Long
Emancipation Issues in the 1864 Presidential Campaign
339
1/13/1995
James I. Robertson
New View Points On Stonewall Jackson
340
2/17/1995
Ralph G. Newman
A Handful of Lincoln & Civil War Authors
341
3/10/1995
Ervin Jordan
Afro-Confederate Loyalty in Civil War Virginia
342
4/14/1995
William Hanchett
Lincoln’s Assassination After 130 Yrs
343
5/12/1995
Tamara Melia
James B. McPherson & the Ideals of the Old Army
344
6/9/1995
John Y. Simon
Forging a Commander: Grant and the First Year of the Civil War
345
10/13/1995
Richard Current
Rediscovering the Civil War
346
11/10/1995
David H. Donald
The Reticence of Abraham Lincoln
347
12/8/1995
William C. Davis
Davis, Johnston, and Beauregard
348
1/12/1996
Harold W. Nelson
Teaching Generalship on Civil War Battlefields
349
2/16/1996
James Ogden
The Battles of Chickamauga & Chattanooga (Microphone not at
podium, Audio Weak)
350
3/8/1996
Brian Wills
Nathan Bedford Forrest: Uncivil Warrior
351
4/12/1996
John C. Waugh
The Class of 1846
352
5/10/1996
Marshall Krolick
The Cavalry in the Chancellorsville Campaign
353
6/14/1996
Michael Kauffman
The Lincoln Assassination: The Investigation Continues
354
9/20/1996
Stephen R. Wise
The 1863 Charleston Campaign
355
10/18/1996
James McPherson
Married Soldiers in the Civil War
366
11/8/1996
Phillip Paludan
Lincoln & the Propaganda of War & Peace
367
12/13/1996
Robert L. Krick
The Army of Northern Virginia’s Staff Corps
368
1/10/1997
Kurt Carlson
Patrick Cleburne: What Makes a General Great?
369
2/21/1997
Bruce Allardice
Civil War Generals, Poltroons, Patriots and Politicians
370
3/14/1997
Dale Phillips
Benjamin Butler & the Occupation of N. O.
371
4/11/1997
David Ruth
The Peninsula Campaign of 1862
372
4/18/1997
Lawrence Hewitt
Admiral David E. Farragut
378
4/19/1997
Edwin C. Bearss
The Vicksburg Campaign
376
4/19/1997
Marshall Krolick
Grierson’s Raid
375
4/19/1997
Gene Salecker
The Sultana Disaster
373
4/19/1997
Theodore P. Savas
The C.S.S. Arkansas
374
4/19/1997
Brian Wills
The Fort Pillow Massacre
377
4/19/1997
Terrence Winschel
In the Defense of Vicksburg
379
5/9/1997
William J. Cooper
Jefferson Davis
380
6/13/1997
Mark Grimsley
Myths of Sherman’s March to the Sea
381
9/12/1997
Wiley Sword
Southern Invincibility: The Civil War’s Mental Confrontation
382
10/17/1997
Chris Von Vielle
The Wilmington Campaign
383
11/14/1997
Theodore Karamanski
Bronze Men, Marble Memoirs, Sculpture, Commemoration and the
Memory of the Civil War in Chicago
383
12/12/1997
Larry Gibbs
Reconstruction: The Unfinished Legacy of the Civil War
384
1/9/1998
Dan McCarthy
The 83
rd
Illinois
385
2/13/1998
D. Scott Hartwig
The 69th Pennsylvannia Infantry At Gettysburg
386
3/13/1998
Mark L. Bradley
The Battle of Bentonville
387
4/17/1998
Keith Rocco
Civil War Art
388
5/8/1998
Nathaniel Hughes
Forty Years on the Firing Line
389
6/12/1998
John M. Priest
Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg
390
9/11/1998
Brian Pohanka
When History Meets Hollywood
391
10/9/1998
William C. Davis
Myths & Realities of the Civil War
392
11/13/1998
Robert O’Neal
The Fed. Cavalry in the Peninsula Campaign
393
12/11/1998
Paul Finkelman
Lincoln, Race, & Slavery
394
1/15/1999
Marshall Krolick
Meade and his Generals
395
2/12/1999
Edwin C. Bearss
The Attempted Escape of John Wilkes Booth
396
3/12/1999
Peter Cozzens
My Poor Little 9
th
397
4/9/1999
Lance Herdegen
The Iron Brigade
398
5/14/1999
Michael Andrus
The Confederate Cover-up at Seven Pines
399
6/11/1999
Thomas P. Sweeney
General ‘Fightin’ Tom” Sweeney
400
9/17/1999
Kenneth Winkle
New Salem’s Role in the Rise of Lincoln
401
10/8/1999
David H. Donald
The friendship of Lincoln & O. Browning
402
11/12/1999
Charles P. Roland
Anti-Southern Defends Slavery
403
12/10/1999
Cullom Davis
The Law Practice of A. Lincoln
404
1/14/2000
Cathy Geeler
The Battle of Monacacy
405
2/11/2000
Thomas Cartwright
The Tennessee Campaign of 1864
406
3/10/2000
Craig L. Symonds
Battle of Mobile Bay
407
4/11/2000
Robert Girardi
The Real War Will Never Get in the Books
408
5/12/2000
Robert Zeller
The Civil War in Depth
409
6/9/2000
John Y. Simon
Lincoln & Grant
410
9/8/2000
Thomas Lowry
Sex in the Civil War
414
11/11/2000
Stephen Ambrose
Civil War Round Tables and the Railroad
413
11/11/2000
Jean H. Baker
Mary Todd Lincoln: The White House Years
412
11/11/2000
Edwin C. Bearss
Stump Ed……..
415
11/11/2000
Lance Herdegen
Those Damn Black Hats at Gettysburg
411
11/11/2000
Marshall Krolick
The Federal Reaction to Mosby’s Tactics
416
12/9/2000
Gordon Rhea
The Overland Campaign
417
1/12/2001
Terrence Winschel
Shut-up in a Trap: Vicksburg Siege
418
2/9/2001
Jack Welsh
Union Generals as Patriots
419
3/29/2001
Mark L. Bradley
The Surrender in North Carolina
420
5/11/2001
Anne Bailey
After Atlanta: How the Confederacy Self-Destructed in the Western
Theater
421
6/8/2001
Leslie J. Gordon
General Geo. Pickett: Life and Legend
422
9/14/2001
David C. Hinze
Philip H. Sheridan’s Early Years in the Civil War
423
10/2/2001
Charles P. Roland
Leadership Character of R. E. Lee
424
10/12/2001
Brooks Davis
Stephen A. Douglas & A. Lincoln: Friendly Enemies?
424
11/9/2001
Kathleen Ernst
Too Afraid to Cry: Civilians in Antietam
425
12/14/2001
William McGrath
The Sinking of the U.S.S. Cairo
426
1/11/2002
Daniel R. Weinberg
Tattlings of a Collecting Voyeur
427
2/8/2002
Joe D. Davis
Shiloh Revisited
428
3/8/2002
Stephen R. Wise
The Union/ Confederate Navies
429
4/12/2002
Patrick Brennan
Brandy Station
430
5/10/2002
Theodore P. Savas
Lifeblood of the Confederate Machine:George Washington Raines and
the August Powder Works
431
9/13/2002
Jennifer Cain
Eternal Soldiers: The Role of Civil War Bohrnstedt Letters in Shaping
History
432
10/11/2002
Harold Holzer
Politics, Dissent and Terrorism: Lincoln and Civil War New York
433
11/8/2002
John W. Schildt
The Stonewall Brigade: 1742 – 2002
434
12/13/2002
David C. Hinze
For Glory & Southern Retribution: Jo Shelby’s Daring 1863 Raid
435
1/10/2003
Thomas G. Clemens
Lee’s Intentions in the Maryland Campaign of 1862
436
2/14/2003
Gerald J. Prokopowicz
All for the Regiment: The Quest for Decisive Battle in the Civil War
437
3/13/2003
Edwin C. Bearss
A Comparison of Civil War and WWII Medical Treatment
438
4/11/2003
Kenneth Noe
Perryville: This Grand Havoc of Battle
439
5/1/2003
D. Scott Hartwig
A Study in Command at Gettysburg
440
5/2/2003
Edwin C. Bearss
Lee’s Command Structure
441
5/9/2003
William C. Davis
A New Look at the Confederacy: A State More Centralized Than the
Union
442
6/14/2003
John M. Priest
The Cavalry at Antietam
443
9/12/2003
Noah Andre Trudeau
The Appomattox Campaign: Lee’s Greatest Victory
444
10/10/2003
Jerry L. Russell
Battlefield Preservation – From the Beginning
445
11/14/2003
Eric J. Wittenberg
Little Phil: A Critical Assessment of the Civil War Generalship of Philip
H. Sheridan
446
12/12/2003
Hans L. Trefousse
Booth Shot Better Than He Knew
447
1/9/2004
Arnold W. Schofield
Forgotten Warriors: American Indians in the Civil War as Allies &
Adversaries
448
2/11/2004
Lawrence Hewitt
The Confederacy’s Best Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the
Battle of Annihilation
448
3/12/2004
Thomas Schwartz
Crazy Folks…Why I Must Only Take My Chances: Abraham Lincoln &
Death Threats
449
4/16/2004
James Ogden
’Inflicting All the Damage You Can’ Sherman Targets the War
Resources
450
5/14/2004
Bruce Tap
The Committee on the Conduct of the War: It’s Origins, Assumptions &
Significance
451
6/11/2004
Mark L. Bradley
The Command Partnership of Robert E. Lee and Joseph Johnston in
1865
452
9/10/2004
Parker Hills
The Forgotten Vicksburg: The Louisiana Campaign
453
11/12/2004
Dorothy Kelly
A Want of Confidence: The Failure of Longstreet’s East Tennessee
Campaign
454
12/10/2004
David Zarefsky
Lincoln, Douglas and Slavery: The Crucible of Public Debate
455
1/14/2005
Terrence Winschel
Stephen D. Lee and the Making of an American Shrine
456
2/11/2005
Robert J. Miller
Both Prayed to the Same God – Religion, Faith and the Civil War
457
3/11/2005
Bruce Allardice
The Vote to Win the War: The Election of 1864
458
4/8/2005
Kent Gramm
A More Perfect Tribute: Lincoln and the Gettysburg Address
459
4/28/2005
Edwin C. Bearss
Grierson’s Raid
460
4/29/2005
Terrence Winschel
Union Victory at Vicksburg: Crucial to the Outcome of the War
461
5/13/2005
Daniel Nettesheim
Winfield Scott Hancock: Leadership and the Subordinate General
462
9/9/2005
Richard McMurry
Forty-years to a New Framework for the Civil War
463
10/14/2005
Edwin C. Bearss
The Most Forgotten, Misunderstood & Least Appreciated Civil War
Battles and Soldiers
464
11/11/2005
Edward Bonekemper
A Victor Not a Butcher – U.S. Grant’s Overlooked Military Genius
465
12/9/2005
Steven Fratt
Civil War Tactics and Technology
466
1/13/2006
Girardi, Gibbs, Abroe, Allardice
The Most Significant ‘What-Ifs’ of Civil War History
467
2/10/2006
James McPherson
Abe Lincoln’s as Commander- in-Chief
468
3/10/2006
Gail Stephens
Lew Wallace: Controversial Civil War Soldier
469
5/12/2006
Mark A. Noll
How the Bible Helped Start the Civil War
470
6/9/2006
George Rable
Fredericksburg in the Larger Civil War Universe
471
9/8/2006
Michael Kauffman
American Brutus: John Wilkes Booth and the Lincoln Conspiracies
472
10/13/2006
Gordon E. Dammann
A Museum, A Battlefield and A Hero
473
11/10/2006
Robert O’Neal
Philip St. George Cooke, John Buford, Wesley Merritt, Alfred Pleaston
and George Armstrong Custer
474
12/8/2006
David Bridges
Fighting with J.E.B. Stuart: Major James Breathed and the Confederate
Horse Artillery
475
1/12/2007
Kurt Carlson
Backing the Boys: Chicago Business and Industry in the Civil War
476
2/9/2007
Dan Paterson, Jr.
A Longstreet Pictorial History
477
3/9/2007
Peter Cozzens
A Lesson in Patriotism Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War
478
4/13/2007
R. E. Lee Krick
A True Story of Brother Against Brother: The Terrill Generals of
Virginia
479
5/3/2007
Edwin C. Bearss
The Marine Corps in the Civil War
480
5/4/2007
Dale Floyd
Conducting Research at the National Archives
481
5/5/2007
Michael Kauffman
The Lincoln Conspiracy Trial
482
5/11/2007
Crickett Bauer Pohanka
Battlefield Preservation
483
6/8/2007
John Coski
The Confederate Battle Flag: America’s Most Embattled Emblem
484
9/14/2007
Horace Mewborn
Stuart’s Ride Around McClellan in June 1862
485
10/12/2007
A. Wilson Greene
Civil War Petersburg: Confederate City in the Crucible of War
486
11/9/2007
John Y. Simon
Could the South Have Won the Civil War?
487
12/14/2007
Gordon Rhea
Charles Whilden and the Wilderness
488
1/11/2008
Edward T. Cotham, Jr.
The Southern Journey of a Civil War Marine
489
2/8/2008
David E. Long
Lincoln, Davis, and the Dahlgren Raid
490
3/14/2008
Brian Wills
The Civil War in Cinema
491
4/11/2008
Jennifer L. Weber
Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincoln’s Opponents in the North
492
5/9/2008
Vernon Burton
The Age of Lincoln
493
6/13/2008
Bill Farina
U. S. Grant
494
9/12/2008
Peter Cozzens
The 1862 Shenandoah Valley Campaign Reconsidered
495
10/17/2008
Gloria Swift
Ford’s Theatre’s Secrets Revealed!
496
11/14/2008
Richard Hatcher
Fort Sumter – 1829 to 1947
497
12/12/2008
Craig L. Symonds
Lincoln and his Admiral
498
2/13/2009
Bruce Allardice
Lincoln as War Leader
499
3/13/2009
John Latschar
Reinterpreting Gettysburg
500
4/17/2009
Stephen R. Wise
Gate of Hell: The 1863 Campaign for Battery Wagner & Charleston
501
4/25/2009
A. Wilson Greene
Is Interest in Civil War Study Declining?
502
4/25/2009
Phil Seyfirt
The Murder of Union Maj. General William ‘Bull’ Nelson
503
5/8/2009
James Ogden
Chickamauga – Rescue at Horseshoe Ridge
504
6/12/2009
Thomas Cartwright
Cleburne & Sherman at Missionary Ridge
505
9/11/2009
Tom Chaffin
H. L. Hunley
506
10/9/2009
Craig L. Symonds
The Blockade: A Reassessment
507
11/13/2009
Patrick A. Schroeder
Myths about Lee’s Surrender
508
12/11/2009
Brooks Davis
Lincoln and Davis as War Leaders
509
1/8/2010
Robert Girardi
Railroad Defense in the Atlanta Campaign
510
2/12/2010
Paul Finkelman
Lincoln and Emancipation
511
3/12/2010
Eric Jacobson
The Battles of Spring Hill and Franklin
512
4/9/2010
David O. Stewart
The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson
513
5/14/2010
William W. Freehling
The Strange, Difficult Triumph of the Southern Secession
514
6/11/2010
John V. Quarstein
Battle of the Ironclads
515
9/10/2010
Wayne Mahood
Union General James S. Wadsworth
516
10/8/2010
Earl Hess
Soldier Life in the Trenches at Petersburg
517
11/12/2010
Robert Girardi
Civil War Corps Command: A Study In Leadership
518
12/10/2010
Samuel C. Hyde
A Wisconsin Yankee in the Confederate Bayou Country
519
1/14/2011
Larry Hewitt
Slandered Heros: Deserters that Didn't"
520
2/11/2011
Dan Sutherland
Guerilla Warfare in the Civil War
521
3/11/2011
Susan Boardman
Gettysburg Cyclorama
522
4/8/2011
Richard McMurry
A Georgian Looks at Sherman
523
5/13/2011
Thomas Schott
Alexander Stephens and Jefferson Davis: A Marriage Made in hell
524
6/10/2011
Peter Carmichael
Robert E. Lee and the Strategy of Annihilation
525
9/9/2011
Bruce Allardice
Baseball and the Civil War
526
10/14/2011
Nora Titone
"My Thoughts be Bloody" The Bitter Rivarly Between Edwin and John
Wilkes Booth
527
11/11/2011
Gail Stephens
Early's 1864 Invasion of Maryland
528
12/9/2011
James Robertson
The Untold Civil War
529
1/13/2012
Parker Hills
Chickamauga
530
2/10/2012
Harry Bulkeley
U.S. Grant " I Propose to Fight it Out"
531
3/9/2012
A. Wilson Greene
Nevins - Freeman Address
532
4/13/2012
Marshall Kroelick
Rdiing for the Union: 8th Illinois Calvary troopers
534
5/8/2012
Bruce Holden Reid
The Strategy of the Civil War
533
6/8/2012
Dennis Frye
Antietam
9/14/2012
Tom Schwartz
A People's Contest: Lincoln, Soldiers, and the Dilemmas of Democracy
10/12/2012
Edward Bonekemper
Lincoln and Grant: The Westerners Who Won the War
11/9/2012
Tom Clemens
Antietam
12/14/2012
Dale Phillips
The Red River Campaign
1/11/2013
David Powell
Confederate Calvary at Chicakamauga
2/8/2013
Mary Abroe
Charles Grosvenor, Colonel 18th Ohio
3/8/2013
Leslie Goddard
Mary Chesnut
4/12/2013
John Fitzpatrick
"There Is No Fail Here" President Lincoln at Gettysburg
5/10/2013
Ethan Rafuse
Lee and Gettysburg
6/14/2013
Timothy B. Smith
Cornith
9/13/2013
Mike Priest
South Mountain
10/11/2013
William Cooper
We Have the War Upon Us
11/8/2013
Larry Hewitt
Nevins Freeman Award Address
12/13/2013
Kevin Weddle
Lincoln's Tragic Admiral
1/20/2014
Rob Girardi
The Murder of General William "Bull" Nelson
2/14/2014
Harold Knudsen
General Longstreet
3/14/2014
Aaron Barnhart - Dian Eickhoff
The Hinge of History
4/11/2014
Scott Bowden
Last Chance for Victory
5/9/2014
Dan Bastian
Grant's Canal
6/13/2014
Kenneth Noe
The War in Appalachia
9/12/2014
Frank Varney
General Grant and the Rewriting of History
10/10/2014
Mark Bradley
Joe Hooker, O.O.Howard and the Atlanta Campaign or 1864
11/14/2014
Steve Towne
Civil War Espionage
12/12/2014
Jim Ogden
Nevins Freeman Address
1/9/2015
John Horn
George B farnard and the 12thd Virginia Infantry
2/1/2015
Leslie Goddard
Gone With The Wind and the Construction of Civil War Memory
3/13/2015
Thomas Huntington
Search for George Gordon Meade
4/10/2015
Michael Burlingame
The Assination of President Abraham Lincoln
5/8/2015
Eric Leonard
Cartel, Code, and the Consequenses of Andersonville
6/12/2015
Garry Adelman
4D Civil War Photography Extravaganza
9/11/2015
Dale Phillips
The Capture of New Orleans
10/9/2015
Dennis Frye
Nevins Freeman Address - John Brown: The Spark that Ignited the War
11/13/2015
Philip Leigh
Trading with the Enemy
12/11/2015
Dave Keller
Camp Douglas
1/8/2016
David Moore
William S. Rosecrans
2/12/2016
Don Doyle
The Cause of All Nations
3/11/2016
Bruce Kraig
Why the Civil War made our Modern Food
4/8/2016
Greg Briggs
Nashville: Sirens' Song of the Confederacy
5/13/2016
Glenna Schroeder-Lein
The Soldieres Home in Civil War America
6/10/2016
Dale Phillips
Ben Butler and the Federal Occupation of New Orleans
9/9/2016
Steve Quick
The CSS Hunley
10/14/2016
Lance Herdegan
Nevins Freeman Address
11/11/2016
Dave Connon
Iowa Copperheads
12/9/2016
Bjorn Skaptasan
Ambrose Pierce at Shiloh
1/13/2017
Richard Sommers
Lessons in Leadership in the Petersburg Campaign
2/10/2017
Bob O'Neil
Calvary During the Peninsula Campaign
3/10/2017
Paul Kahan
Simon Cameron, Lincoln's First Secretary of War
4/14/2017
Diane Smith
Command Conflict in the Overland Campaign
5/12/2017
Connie Hansen
First Person Portrayal of Jennie Wade's Mother
6/9/2017
Don Sender
Custer and the Little Big Horn Campaign
9/8/2017
Dave Powell
Chicagmauga
11/10/2017
Tom Clemens
Antietam
12/8/2017
David Dixon
Lost Gettysburg Address
1/12/2018
Bruce Allardice
Battle of Ezra Creek
2/9/2018
Larry Hewitt
Confederate Generals
3/9/2018
Robert Jenkins
Peach Treee Creek
4/13/2018
John Marszalek
Nevins Freeman Address
5/11/2018
Joseph Rose
Grant under Fire
6/8/2018
Dennis Rasbach
Joshua Chamberlain and the Petersburg Campaign
9/14/2018
Tim Smith
U. S. Grant and the Vicksburg Campaign
10/11/2018
Jim Lighthizer
Battlefield Preservation
11/8/2018
Ethan Rafuse
The War in Missouri: The Military Problem
12/13/2018
Dan Weinberg
Musings of a Collecting Voyeur
1/10/2019
Pam Toler
Heroines of Mercy Street: Nurses in the Civil War
2/14/2019
Connie Langum
Wilson's Creek
3/13/2019
David Sutherland
VMI's Civil War Legacy
4/17/2019
Michael Shaffer
Recollections of the 1st Virginia Cavalry
5/8/2019
Wil Greene
The Petersburg Campaign
6/12/2019
Brian Wills
George Henry Thomas
9/7/2019
Janet Croom
The War Outside My Window
10/12/2019
Ted Karamanski
The Civil War as an Indian War
11/9/2019
Paul Kahan
The Presidency of U.S. Grant
12/14/2019
David Hirsch and Dan Van Haften
Abraham Lincoln and the Structure of Reason
1/11/2020
Bjorn Skaptasan
Henry Morton Stanley at Shiloh
2/8/2020
Rob Girardi
Gouvernor K. Warren's Last Battle
3/8/2020
Cancelled due to Covid Shutdown
4/12/2020
Brad Gottfried
Maps of the Fredericksburg Campaign
5/10/2020
John Horn
The Petersburg Regiment:: the 12th Virginia
6/14/2020
Greg Biggs
Logistics in the Atlanta Campaign
9/11/2020
Fergus Bordewich
Congress of War
10/8/2020
Stuart Sanders
Perryville
11/12/2020
John R. Scales
Nathan Bedford Forrest
12/10/2020
David Powell
Confederae Failure in the Shenandoah
1/8/2021
Jennifer Murray
General George Meade
2/12/2021
Leslie Goddard
Clara Barton
3/12/2021
Greg Biggs
Supply During the Atlanta Campaign
4/9/2021
Ron Kirkwood
The Spangler Farm Hospitals
5/14/2021
Michael Hardy
General Lee's Immortals
6/11/2021
Wil Greene
Petersburg

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