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The Civil War Round Table of St Louis is a not-for-profit organization for anyone interested in the factual history of the American Civil War era (1861 - 1865).  We are located in St Louis, Mo.  Our meetings about the Civil War include dinner, experts on the Civil War, as well as a social get together for friendly discussions of the Civil War and a trivia contest.  Or, if you prefer, you can come to our speaker's Civil War presentation only. 
 
We welcome all who are interested in the Civil War whether they live in the metro St. Louis, Missouri or Illinois  area or just visiting. 
 
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May 27, 2015 – Meeting


Thomas Y. Cartwright,
Historian,

is well known for his tours and descriptions on the battle of Franklin, TN. 


He will speak on “The Battle of Franklin” with Special Emphasis on the Missourians Who Fought on Both Sides.  



Thomas Cartwright, is one of the nation’s leading authorities on the Battle of Franklin.  You’ve seen him on the History Channel, Discovery and The Learning Channel. Now he can be your personal  guide as you "walk" with him over the battlefield and hear the stories of some of the bravest men in history – the soldiers of the Battle of Franklin.



 

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Join us for a Friendly & Fun Evening of Civil War History!

To make a reservation for this meeting
Our Meetings are held at:
ROYALE ORLEANS BANQUET CENTER

2801 South Telegraph Road

Mehlville (St Louis), MO   63125

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Civil War Trivia



During the surrender at the McLean House at Appomattox, Gen. Ely Samuel Parker, a Seneca


Indian was present in the parlor. Lee first believed Grant had brought a black person to the


surrender, but soon realized his error and said, "I am glad to see one real American here." Parker


replied,"We are all Americans." Parker, educated in two cultures and an attorney, was once denied


practicing law in New York because of his race.




















For more interesting Civil War trivia (CLICK HERE)




 

Civil War Hoax Revealed?


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Special History Events (Click Here)


  

Civil War in Missouri 150 years ago - (click here)



 

Missouri Humanities Council Awards Grant for Driving Trail (Click Here)





Our President's Monthly Letter - (click here)


 

A Missouri resource for more Civil War information - (click here)



 

Gettysburg photo site - (click here)



 

Information about becoming a Civil War re-enactor - (click here) 



 

Books written by current/former members - (click here)



 

How to submit pictures to share with CWRT - (click here)



 

Our brochure - (click here)




 
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