Ken Baumann (aka
President & Program Chair: Tom Nanzig (email@example.com)
Secretary: Judy Freedman
Treasurer/Dues: Rosemary Baldwin,
Refreshments: Karen Baize,
Freedman, & Fred & Bonnie Priebe
...as the Lincolns.
Editor: Fred Priebe,
Webmaster: Jim Epperson
Always Under Construction...
|Who We Are
The Ann Arbor Civil War Round Table is a group of enthusiasts from the
greater SE Michigan area who are interested in reading, discussing and
hearing about the Civil War.
The Round Table meets monthly
to listen to speakers on various topics from the Conflict. We discuss
issues of preservation, raise money for those issues, and get
information on local, state and national Civil War news. We also hear
from our members on the latest books, movies and TV programs of Civil
War interest; when and where local living history or reenactments may
be taking place; and recommendations on Civil War sites to visit.
The Round Table meets at 7 pm on the second Monday of each month,
September through June.
Our meeting place is:
St. Joseph Mercy Hospital
Administration Building Exhibition Room
5305 Elliott Drive (go to Lot "P")
Ann Arbor, Michigan
(opposite Washtenaw Community College)
here for a general location map in PDF format to print,
if you need it. Other maps of the hospial campus and the building where
we meet are here and here.
JOIN US ! !
If you wish to become a member, just show up as our
guest at one of the meetings and we will welcome you and fill you in on
all we do; plus you can have a first hand experience at no cost. Of
course, you are welcome to contact Fred (734-697-0484);
Ken, (734-439-7657); or one of our other officers with questions.
When you do decide to join, for only $25.00 year, you
(and/or your family) can:
Presentations from monthly speakers will enlighten and enthrall you on
various topics from the Civil War. Past topics have included Civil War
field artillery, Lincoln, Longstreet, the 19th Indiana Infantry
reenacting, U.S. Colored Troops, and the common sailor in the U.S.Navy.
Members receive a monthly newsletter containing information about our
meetings, preservation news, information on other area Round Tables and
items of Civil War interest.
OTHERS WITH SIMILAR INTERESTS
Tired of trying to interest your friends in Civil War history? Our
members love history! The "Members
Moment" of each meeting is a time for anyone to bring up
topics of personal Civil War interest, e.g., a good book, an out-of-the
way museum you visited, an artifact you found in a flea market. We
We are also in the process of developing discussion
groups on specific topics of the War. In groups such as book
and a collectors forum you can find ways to pursue your
Many of the Civil War sites around the country are in danger of being
lost forever to development and neglect. Monuments and grave sites,
battle flags and battlefields are falling into disrepair; preserving
our past has become expensive. Through our monthly raffles and other
activities, the Ann Arbor CWRT raises funds to donate to various
causes. For example, we raised $1,000 to
preserve the 1st
Michigan Sharpshooter battle flag (first Union flag to fly
over Petersburg, Virginia, signaling its surrender) kept in the State
Capitol, donated funds to the Civil War Preservation Trust
(CWPT). to purchase land at Brandy Station, Virginia,
site of the Civil War's largest cavalry battle, and helped place a
stone monument to the 7th Michigan's actions at Fredericksburg,
Future benefits may include a lending library and member
field trips to Civil War sites.
Arbor Civil War Round Table Officers
Baumann (aka "Ken"), firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President & Program Chair: Tom Nanzig
Secretary: Judy Freedman email@example.com
Treasurer/Dues: Rosemary Baldwin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Freedman, & Fred & Bonnie Priebe, ...as the
Newsletter Editor: Fred Priebe, email@example.com
Webmaster: Jim Epperson firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish to become a member, it is easy. Just e-mail
your 'snail-mailing address' to an AACW Round Table
officer. You will be sent an invitation and instructions. Everyone
For additional AACW Round Table information contact: Ken
Fred Priebe, email@example.com,
or Jim Epperson firstname.lastname@example.org.
for a list of Round Table websites from around the nation.
Music reference, "Michigan, My Michigan"
© 1997-2009 Michael Gay, 2010 James F. Epperson. All Rights Reserved. Reproduction in any form, in
part or in whole is prohibited without written permission. The
Webmaster and all past and present officers would like to thank Michael
Gay for his work as the AACWRT's first Webmaster.
For additional information,
suggestions, or other messages, please contact James
Created during March 1997.
Published on March 11, 1997.
Changes last made on January
program---March 12: Bob Goulding---"The Andrews Railroad Raid"
program---Feb. 12: Fred Priebe---"Why Did Emancipation Take So Long?"
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To view Civil War essays and
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