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  8 June
2023 7:00 PM

Topic: "The Battle of 2nd Winchester June 1863"

Speaker: Scott Mingus
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2023 Schedule

Jun 8, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speaker: Scott Mingus - "The Battle of 2nd Winchester June 1863"
17 June,
Field Trip: “Prelude to Gettysburg II” – A visit to Brandy Station
July 13, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speaker: Jim Anderson - “The Impact of Intelligence on the Gettysburg Campaign”
Aug 10, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speaker: Dan Vermilya - " The Emancipation Proclamation of 1863"
Sept 14, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speaker: Jeffery Hunt - “ The Battle at Rappahannock Station, November 1863”
Oct 12, 2023
Kevin Pawlak and Kate Bitely - " The Battle of Bristoe Station  October 14th 1863"
Nov 9, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speakers: J. Nathan McDonald - “ Battle of Droop Mountain WV , November 6, 1863“
Dec 14, 2023
Monthly Meeting Speakers:John Quarstein -“ INTO THE RING OF FIRE “ Federal Admiral DuPont’s attack on Charleston SC 1863”

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