2017 Civil War Conference

Gazette665 is pleased to present its 2nd Annual Historical Conference in Southern California. Join us for an event commemorating the 155th Anniversary of the Civil War!

The American Civil War – 1862: Searching For Victory

Saturday, June 3, 2017 – 8:30am ’til 5pm (lunch included)

Temecula Conference Center – 28690 Mercedes St, Temecula, CA 92590

Tentative Schedule

$50.00 Per Person – Regular Registration

On-line Registration Available On Our Safe & Secure Store

Printable Registration Form Are Also Available

Guest Speakers

David T. DixonDavid Dixon Freedom in the Balance: Georgia Blacks During the Civil War

Author of The Lost Gettysburg Address: Charles Anderson’s Civil War Odyssey, David T. Dixon’s research, writing, and public speaking brings formerly obscure Civil War characters to light and highlights courage of uncommon citizens. Learn more…

Meg GroelingMeg Groeling – Dr. Jonathan Letterman: Building The Foundation of Modern Military Medicine

Meg Groeling – author, speaker, and historian with Emerging Civil War – brings compelling research to the discussion of Civil War medicine. Learn more…

edward headingtonEdward Headington – General U.S. Grant: The Journey To Shiloh’s Victory

Professionally portraying Grant at living history events, Edward Headington has spent years researching this famous Union general. Learn more…

michael-l-oddeninoMichael L. Oddenino – The Peninsula Campaign: The War Takes A Turn

As a history major and researcher, Michael L. Oddenino shares his interest in the past with all audiences and has been a featured speaker at Civil War Round Tables and other history conferences. Learn more…


Mark SchoenbergerMark Schoenberger – 1862: California’s Civil War (A Special Educational Display & Conversation)

Mark Schoenberger – a Californian interested in his state’s role in the Civil War – has spent years studying local historical characters and the “unknown conflicts” on the West Coast during the 1860’s.  Learn more…

Michael ShafferMichael K. Shaffer – Andrews Raid: Stealing a Georgia Locomotive

Michael K. Shaffer is a Civil War historian, instructor, lecturer, and author, sharing his interest and expertise on America’s 1862 conflict. Learn more…

Sarah Kay BierleSarah Kay Bierle (Conference Coordinator)Then Christmas Came: The Justification & Condemnation of War in 1862

Sarah Kay Bierle – author, blogger, and historian with ECW – enjoys studying many aspects of the Civil War, especially the role of civilians, medical staff, and anything related to Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Learn more…

If you have questions, please contact Sarah Kay Bierle for more information.