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Our mission is to educate, commemorate, and encourage public interest in the American Civil War.

 

We welcome anyone with interest in American History or the Civil War period to join us in participating in our featured programs and events, including:

  • Education Programs:  Our bi-monthly regular meetings feature authors, historians, and other acknowledged experts who present on all subjects related to the Civil War.  Check out our upcoming and past programs!

  • Annual Field Trips:  We travel to destinations relevant to all periods of American History but with primary emphasis on the Civil War.  Come travel with us to explore history and share adventure!

  • Civil War Field Day:  Civil War Field Day, organized by The Friends of the Museums, introduces 8th grader elementary students from throughout Washington County, Ohio, and, Wood County, West Virginia, to living-history demonstrations related to the Civil War period.  Volunteers assist in many roles so please consider how your interests and talents can contribute to this vital education event!

  • Historic Preservation:  Contribute to historic preservation by supporting our periodic raffles of items of historic interest that support the America Battlefield Trust and The Gettysburg Foundation.  Who knows what curious items you may discover?

  • Historical Marker Projects:  Our historical marker projects honor the service and sacrifices of patriots with close ties to Southeastern Ohio and Northern West Virginia to both causes in the conflict.  Please take a look and you may be surprised at how close a Civil War hero once lived to you!  

 
 
Calendar of Events

Leight Murray, President of the Civil War Round Table of the Mid-Ohio Valley, and Jerrie Berentz, Education Committee Chairperson, announce the organization's 2021 event calendar.

Meetings are open to the public and there are no required membership dues or admission fees to attend.  Small donations are accepted to offset a portion of the cost of the meetings.

Thursday, July 15, 7:00 p.m.

A Historical Overview of the Gullah Geechee Culture and Its Impact on the South, the Nation and the World

Sherman Piatt, a native of Charleston SC, author, historian, and Member of the Board of Commissioners of the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, Johns Island, SC, will introduce us to South Carolina's Sea Island Gullah Geechee people.

Thursday, September 16, 7:00 p.m.

Behind Enemy Lines: Harriet Tubman in the Civil War - The Port Royal Experiment

Ilene Evans, Davis WV, dancer, historian, teacher, storyteller and creator of General Moses: Stories from the Life of Harriet Tubman, will tell us about one of her favorite subjects.

Wednesday - Saturday, November 3-6

Fall 2021 South Carolina and Seat of the Rebellion Field Trip

Cowpens National Battlefield, Charleston Plantation and Historical City Tours, Fort Sumter National Monument, H.L. Hunley, Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site, Camden Battlefield and more.

Thursday, November 18, 7:00 p.m.

Civil War Music

Steve and Lisa Ball, Columbus OH, collectors, educators, historians, musicians, and vocalists, will entertain and educate about Civil War Music.

Support Us

The Civil War Round Table of the Mid-Ohio Valley is affiliated with the Marietta Community Foundation.  Donations to the foundation on behalf of the Civil War Round Table of the Mid-Ohio Valley Fund are tax deductible.  Donations may also be made by mail to 515 4th Street, Marietta OH, 45750 or via our secure PayPal link below.

 
 
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