The Bull Run Civil War Round Table Executive Committee has approved these three papers about the Civil War Monuments issues.
BRCWRT Monuments Position
Microsoft Word - BRCWRT Educational & Preservation Guidlines_20 October 2017.docx
Microsoft Word - Information Paper_CW Momuments, Memorials and Statues_20 Oct 2017.docx

Chronology of the Civil War in Fairfax County
By
Edward T. Wenzel  - Ross Netherton Prize awardee
PowerPoint Presentation

New Bull Run Civil War Round Table home page



Next Meeting:
14 December 2017  7:00 PM


Topic:
CSS Albemarle

Speaker: John Quarstein

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Established on 9 May of 1991, The Bull Run Civil War Round Table was founded to bring together those who wish to expand and share their knowledge of the Civil War. We accomplish this goal in a number of ways: through lectures, research, field trips and in active participation in the preservation of Civil War sites. By regularly presenting knowledgeable, respected Civil War historians and scholars, writers and lecturers, it is the intent of the BRCWRT to honor the memory of those who gave "the last full measure".

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