The Alabama Civil War Round TableIt's been called many things...
- The Civil War
- The War Between The States
- The War For States Rights
- The War of Northern Agression
- The War of Rebellion
- The War for Southern Independence
- And others
If you're interested in American history and especially the American Civil War, then you'll enjoy our group "The Alabama Civil War Round Table" in Birmingham AL. You are cordially invited to come visit with us at any one of our meetings!
Our membership is made up of a wide variety of individuals who all have a passion for both our Northern and Southern heritages, and the events that changed our nation. Our speakers are published authors, college professors and Civil War enthusiasts - all with a passion and enthusiasm for telling 1000's of stories about the American Civil War.
Please join us at one of our 2013 meetings!
Where We Meet:
Hoover Fire Station #7 - on the 2nd floor (parking is behind the building).
100 Inverness Parkway
Birmingham, AL 35242-4802
|Date:||May 9, 2013|
|Speaker:||Our speaker this month will be Bob Sorrell|
|Subject:||After our activities last month at the Hoover Library, it is my pleasure to announce that this month's meeting of the Alabama Civil War Roundtable will be held next Thursday, May 9th at 7 pm. The meeting will be held at our temporary meeting place at Hoover's Fire Station #7 (100 Inverness Center Parkway) [directions below]. Our speaker this month will be yours truly and I will be speaking on Field Artillery of the American Civil War. There will also be a number of pieces of inert ammunition for these cannons at the meeting for your examination. As usual our meeting will begin at 7 PM and we hope that you will be able to join us.
Our new meeting location is at the Hoover Fire Station #7 - 100 Inverness Parkway, Birmingham, AL 35242-4802 on the 2nd floor. Parking is at the rear of the building. See Map
It's that time of year again... We will be collecting dues for the 2013 campaign at this meeting-$25 for an individual and $40 for a couple or family.
|American Civil War|
|United States of America
|Confederate States of America
|Casualties and losses|
140,414 killed in action
365,000 total dead
72,524 killed in action
260,000 total dead
The ACWRT is a not-for profit organization providing a broad forum for a non-partisan study, education, and discussion, regarding the American Civil War 1861-1865. We also support the preservation of Civil War Battlefields, Flags, and many more related activities and interests.