Gazette665 is pleased to present its 4th Annual Historical Conference in Southern California. Join us for an event commemorating the 155th Anniversary of the Civil War.
The American Civil War – 1864: Fighting To Survive
Saturday, June 1, 2019 – 8:30am ’til 5pm (lunch included)
Temecula Conference Center – 28690 Mercedes St, Temecula, CA 92590
Early Bird Registration is now open and is just $40 per person
Please contact the conference team if you have questions.
Topic: Religious Beliefs & Civil War Loyalties
David T. Dixon’s research, writing, and public speaking brings formerly obscure Civil War characters to light and highlights courage of uncommon citizens. Read more…
Topic: U.S. National Cemeteries
Director of Miramar National Cemetery, Rex Kerns is well-versed in the history and development of the final resting places for American Civil War soldiers. Read more…
Topic: The Overland Campaign
Chris Mackowski, Ph.D., from Chancellorsville, Virginia, is the editor-in-chief and co-founder of Emerging Civil War in Virginia, well-known for his writing and lectures. Read more…
Topic: The Atlanta Campaign
Professor Shaffer from Kennesaw State University specializes in the war history and campaigns near his hometown, Atlanta, Georgia. Read more…
Topic: U.S. Sanitary Commission Fundraiser Fairs in 1864
A member of the Academy of Living History Performing Arts, Heather brings fresh research and perspectives on the Civil War civilians and homefronts. Read more…
Topic: Casualties and Medical Care in the 1864 Shenandoah Valley Campaigns
Sarah Kay Bierle – author, blogger, and managing editor at Emerging Civil War – enjoys studying many aspects of the Civil War, especially the history of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. Read more…
If you have questions, please contact Sarah Kay Bierle for more information.