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2018 Civil War Lecture Series

January 15th, 2018 by jacobrohrbach

We have another great lineup of outstanding speakers this summer at the Jacob Rohrbach Inn.  Come hear leading historians and Antietam Battlefield Guides as they discuss intriguing topics of the Maryland Campaign of 1862 and the Civil War during our Civil War Lecture Series.

2018 Speaker Schedule

June 6 – “Disease and Treatment {???} during the Civil War” – Gordon Dammann
June 13 – “Gunners in the Corn – Federal and Confederate Artillery in the Cornfield” – Jim Rosebrock
June 20 – “Images from MG James Ricketts Division”– Joe Stahl
June 27 – “Sumner and French at Antietam” – Gary Rohrer
July 4 – “Antietam Shadows: Mystery, Myth & Machination” – Dennis Frye
July 11 – “Ethnics in the Confederacy and at Sharpsburg”– Ted Alexander
July 18 – “The Battle of Bentonville” – Perry Jamieson
July 25 – “O.T. Reilly: Sharpsburg Relics and Remembrances“ – Stephen Recker
August 1 – “The Last Army of the Republic: the Myth of the Unused Reserves at the Battle of Antietam.”- Steve Stotelmyer
August 8 – “Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney: Beyond Dred Scott” – Matt Borders-
August 15 – “‘The Heaviest Blow Yet Given the Confederacy’: The Emancipation Proclamation Changes the Civil War“ – Kevin Pawlak
August 22 – “Zouaves, the First and the Bravest”- Tom Clemens
August 29 – “Antietam Hospitals” – John Schildt

These Wednesday evening programs are free and open to the public. They will be held outdoors on the grounds of the Inn at 7:oo p.m so bring a chair to sit around our event tent. In case of inclement weather the talks will be moved to the Sharpsburg Christ Reformed United Church of Christ on Main Street.  Check our Blog and Facebook page for weekly updates about the speakers and their topics.

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