Civil War Symposium -Huntsville- April 30

Civil War Symposium – Tennessee Valley Civil War Roundtable

 Four Bloody Years of War: Policy and Strategy, Sedition and Emancipation

April 30 2016

9:15 am – 4:30 pm Springhill Suites by Marriott- 745 Constellation Place Dr. SW Huntsville, Alabama 35801

Advanced registration required by April 15th

$30.00 members $40 general audience    students 16 and younger free (with adult)

Steve Woodworth – Keynote- Conspiracy to Assassinate President Lincoln

Greg Briggs – Featured Speaker- Laying the Blueprint- SHerman’s Logistics in the Atlanta Campaign

Peggy Allen Towns- From Slavery, to Soldering, to Self-Sufficiency

Interactive Panel Discussion

Lunch on your own

 

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Genealogy Expo – Free-March 12th-Hartwell, Ga.

Genealogy Expo- sponsored by the  Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society, Hartwell, Georgia – Saturday March 12 2016 -Hart County Adult Learning Center next to the Hart County Library- 150 Benson St. Hartwell, Ga.  -10:00 am- 2:00 pm –

 11:30- Guest Speaker Presentation- Our speaker will be Becky Sherman from the Georgia Archives and will be speaking on the holdings and what is available at the Georgia Archives.

Groups or individuals may have tale space to share information.

Visit http://www.srvg.org or http://www.srvgs.wordpress.com or visit our facebook page.

Fayette County- 21 Feb- Tommy Jones speaks

Fayette County Historical Society- 195 Lee Street, Fayetteville – 21 February 2016- 3 pm

  Tommy Jones, a retired architectural historian with the National Park Service SE Regional Office, will present his program on “Topography, Trails and Standing Peachtree.” He will share his research on Atlanta’s most famous thoroughfare, Peachtree Street/Peachtree Road as he takes you to its final destination: Fort Standing Peachtree.