2018 programs

***TIME CHANGE -DINNER AT 6:30-KCWRT BUSINESS & ANNOUNCEMENTS AT 7:15- LECTURE AT 7:30***

Jan 9— Michael Shaffer, Historian & Author, “Francis Shoup and the Chattahoochee River Line”

Feb 13— Kent Wright, Historian, “John Bull, Uncle Sam, and King Cotton:    Conflicted Friendships in the War for Southern Independence”

Mar 13— Gordon Rhea, Historian & Author, “Cold Harbor”

Apr 10— James “Bud” Robertson, Historian & Author, “The Turning Point of the Civil War”

May 8— Brian Allison, Historian & Author, “The Battle of Nashville”

Jun 12— Earl Hess, Historian & Author, “Braxton Bragg”

Jul 10— Will Greene, Historian & Author, “The Battle of the Crater”

Aug 14— Tim Smith, Historian & Author, “Difficult and Broken Ground: The Terrain Factor at Shiloh”

Sept 11— Frank O’Reilly, Historian, Fredericksburg & Spotsylvania NMP, “Spotsylvania: Two Fights at the Mule Shoe Salient”

Oct 9 — John Marszalek, Historian & Author “The Winning Combination: Grant & Sherman”

Nov 13—Ed Bearss, Chief Historian Emeritus/Author, “Farthest Forward: Pickett and Pettigrew at Gettysburg”

Dec 11—Krista Castillo, Fort Negley Museum Coordinator, “Santa Claus in the Trenches: Celebrating Christmas in the Civil War”

Jan ’19—Jim Ogden, Historian, Chickamauga/Chattanooga NMP, TBD