2019 Civil War History Conference

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.

Guest Speakers

David Dixon

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…

Rex Kern

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…

Chris Mackowski

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…

Michael K. Shaffer

Topic: The Atlanta Campaign

Professor Shaffer from Kennesaw State University specializes in the war history and campaigns near his hometown, Atlanta, Georgia. Read more…

Heather St. Clair

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…

Sarah Kay Bierle (Conference Coordinator)

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.