Editor Jonathan W. Peters presents 20 sermons by Rev. Robert Dabney, Stonewall Jackson’s chief-of-staff, during the Civil War.
Virginian Richard Lewis will discuss “The Curious Case of the Confederate Coat” at the York Civil War Round Table, 7 pm, Aug. 21, York County History Center
Renactor Kevin Shroyer will address the May 15 meeting of the York Civil War Round Table on “Virginians in Blue.” 7 pm; York County History Center.
The performance of Lt. Gen. James Longstreet at Gettysburg has been controversial for more than a century. Author Cory Pfarr weighs in with his new book.
Scott Mingus will present a PowerPoint talk on Human Interest Stories of the Irish in the American Civil War. York County History Center, March 20, 7 pm.
Author James Lee Conrad examines the role cadets of the South’s leading military academies, including VMI, GMI, and The Citadel, played in the Civil War.
William B. Franklin was the highest ranking Union officer from York, PA, during the Civil War. He made a daring escape after being captured by Rebels in Maryland in July 1864.
During the Civil War, all sorts of false rumors and exaggerated tales spread following major battles. A newspaper in Chicago repeated tales that Stonewall Jackson captured York PA.
Long-time author Scott Mingus presents a PowerPoint talk on R. H. Anderson’s Division at Gettysburg, with a focus on the fighting on the second day, July 1, in the center of the Union line.