Photos From The 2018 Conference!

Last Saturday Gazette665 hosted its third annual Civil War Conference. This year’s theme was 1863: Battling For Freedom.

A sincere thank you to our volunteers, speakers, and historical display presenters. You made the event amazing!

Thank you to the conference guests for your continued support and interest in history. You keep us inspired!

Photos of speakers:

  • David Dixon – Union General August Willich: Warrior For Social Justice
  • Bruce Smith – Romance to Reality: Life in the Union Cavalry
  • Daniel T. Davis – First Command: George A. Custer in the Gettysburg Campaign
  • Heather St. Clair – Mother Bickerdyke: Outranking General Sherman
  • Nick Smith – Freedom’s Soldiers: 55th Massachusetts Infantry
  • Sarah Kay Bierle – A City at War: Richmond, Virginia, in 1863

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It was wonderful to see the historical displays presented by Bailey-Denton Photographers, Union Balloon Corps Living History, On-Site Living History, and Temecula Valley Historical Society. These displays added more history and discussion to the conference, and guests really seemed to enjoy the opportunity to see the photos and artifacts

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Other fun photographs!

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Over 80 people attended this history conference, and we are delighted to see the event continue to grow. Thank you for your support and encouragement to keep discussing history in more than 280 characters.

If you’re wondering about 2019… We actually have news for you. Click here and mark the calendars to save the date!

Your Historian and Conference Coordinator,

Miss Sarah

P.S. Did you attend the 2018 conference? What was your favorite part of the event?

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