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Ann Arbor Civil War Round Table
Member Moments Research Topics

Everyone is welcome. The following AACWRT members wish to exchange CW information with visitors sharing similar interests. Several research topics are hyper-linked to sites affiliated with an individual member researcher. Please e-mail information, questions, and suggestions, directly to the member.


Regimental & Unit History

Wisc InfTom Nanzig: aacwrt@yahoo.com

  • 3rd Virginia Cavalry, CSA
  • 18th Wisconsin Infantry, USA.
    For a summary of Tom's book, The Badax Tigers: From Shiloh to the Surrender with the 18th Wisconsin Volunteers, click here.

Cpl. T. J. Davis, 18th Wisconsin Voluneers, a 'Badax Tiger'

Genealogical Research

1st National FlagLarry Arnold: Larnox@wowway.com
Private Aurilius Arnold
Co.F, 18th Regt. TN Inf, CSA.
1st National Flag, CSA

Events (Big & Small)

SultanaPam Newhouse: CW1865@aol.com
Sultana Disaster. Pam edits SULTANA REMEMBERED, a quarterly newsletter.
Sultana Prior to Departure

Living History

TubaEllen Oliver Smith:
Dodworth Saxhorn Band Board
Music of the Civil War
- Civil War Medicine and Nursing Practices
- Nurse Helen Marie Noye Hoyt. Native of Buffalo,
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- MI participation esp. 2nd and 6th MI Cavalry
space.gif - 42 Bytes- Genealogy: getting started on CW relatives
space.gif - 42 Bytes- Costume in the Era of the Hoop
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Eb Tuba, c1860.

Ken Baumann: kb64bau@sbcglobal.net
Civil War Artillery
Author of ARMING THE SUCKERS, 1861-65
Have an interest in CW Artillery?
Go to: PBO .
Shells & Cannister.


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Created during March 1997. Published on March 11, 1997.

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