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Books recommended 2014-2015 campaign (click here)
Current and former members of The St. Louis Civil War Round Table have written and published articles and books.  Here we have a list of the ones that we know of - CLICK HERE.


Every once in a while we have members that receive recognition and/or awards.  We are proud of them and would like to recognize them also.  CLICK HERE
 


From time to time, The St. Louis Civil War Round Table is in the news.  When we know this, we like to let everyone know.  CLICK HERE




Political cartoons were common at the time.   For more information about them, click here.




 

Some books that our members have recommended on the Civil War.  CLICK HERE


Laughing I know it's hard to believe but "Gone with the Wind" is NOT the only book written about the Civil War.   - And even Clark Gable and his famous line to Vivien Leigh, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" Frown  was also not the only line remembered from the Civil War.  


We are so lucky that someone with a camera phone (1865) was able to preserve that famous line and in CinemaScope and color, spoke at the end of the Civil War.  Here now are the real people speaking that line in 1865 (and surprisingly, a commercial Money Mouth  was also part of 1865) (click here). 

Laughing I know it's hard to believe but "Gone with the Wind" is NOT the only book written about the Civil War.   - And even when Captain Rhett Butler said his famous line to Scarlet O'Hara Leigh, "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn" Frown  was not the only line remembered from the Civil War.  


We are also so lucky that someone else with a video camera (unfortunately is was not in CinemaScope (1865) but was in color) was able to preserve designer dresses, the sounds of the guests they had over, and other famous lines spoken at the end of the Civil War and here are the real people speaking that line (and surprisingly, a commercial Money Mouth  may also be part of 1865 - when you think things have changed they really have not) (click here). 




 

Library of Congress 

For more information about the Civil War, another place to look is the Library of Congress. 





 

Historic Towns of Missouri

Here is a link to Missouri Historic Towns - Pilot Knob, Missouri (and other Missouri historic towns) Click here.