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Raleigh Civil War Round Table Documentary Available!


Andrew Ballard, editor of The Knapsack, has produced a documentary film on behalf of the Raleigh Civil War Round Table covering the end of the Civil War in North Carolina. It will be available for donations to the RCWRT and the proceeds will be used for educational and preservation activities related to North Carolina and the Civil War.
The film features historians and authors speaking on the major events of 1865 including:
Ed Bearss (Overview/Monroe's Crossroads)
Chris Fonvielle (Fort Fisher/Fort Anderson/Wilmington)
David Waller (Wyse Fork)
Andrew Duppstadt (CSS Neuse)
Wade Sokolosky (Averasboro)
Mark Bradley (Bentonville)
Chris Hartley (Stoneman's Raid)
Ernest Dollar (Raleigh/Morrisville)
Bob Farrell (Logan)
John Guss (Bennett Place)
The experts were all filmed at the applicable historical sites and re-enactment footage from the sesquicentennial events at Fort Fisher, Fort Anderson, and Bentonville are included.
Music by the Liberty Hall Drum & Fife Corps and the 26th North Carolina Field Music/Carolina Fifes and Drums, artwork by Stephen McCall, Martin Pate, and Darrell Combs, and maps by Mark A. Moore and Hal Jesperson also are in the documentary.
DVD's will be available at our monthly meetings for donations of $10 or more. Checks should be made out to the Raleigh CWRT.

Upcoming meeting of the Raleigh CWRT:

October 12, 2015:

Historian and author Dr. Joseph T. Glatthaar will speak at the Raleigh Civil War Round Table’s Oct. 12 meeting on Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.

Joe is a Stephenson Distinguished Professor at UNC Chapel Hill and teaches courses in the American Civil War and American military history on the undergraduate and graduate levels. He also has taught at the United States Army Command and General Staff College, the U.S. Army War College, and the U.S. Military Academy. He earned his bachelor’s degree at Ohio Wesleyan University, his master’s at Rice University, and his PhD at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.