Where We Meet!
 

The 3 West Club
3 West 51st Street
New York City
 

Please call to reserve your place at least
7 days before each meeting:
Telephone number: 718-341-9811

Come Enjoy!
 
"Dinner and a Speaker"

5:00pm Cocktails
6:00pm Dinner     
7:00pm Speaker   

 

 $50.00 members
$60.00 guests     

     
 

Event Calendar

 
 
 
 

Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Ed Bearss
Topic: Ask Ed Anything
What more can we possibly say about our September guest, thewinner of our prestigious Fletcher Pratt Award for The Petersburg Campaign? He is indeed a legend in his own lifetime and at 95 is still leading tours and lecturing without a note. After his wartime service in the South Pacifi c and recovery from serious wounds, Ed used the G.I. Bill to gain a degree in Foreign Service studies at Georgetown University in 1949. He received his M.A. in history from Indiana University in 1955, writing his thesis on Confederate General Pat Cleburne. Ed is the Chief Historian Emeritus of the National Park Service and his books include: Forrest at Brice’s Crossroads (1975), Fields of Honor (2006), and Receding Tide: Vicksburg and Gettysburg (2010).
 
 
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
William C. (Jack) Davis

What a way to start the year!  First…we hosted Ed Bearss.  Now…in October, at the “623rd Meeting” of The Civil War Round Table of New York, we are going to hear from a prolific Pulitzer-Prize Nominated writer, an award-winning Emmy Nominated author, a famed Lincoln-Prize Finalist historian, and an unrivaled speaker.  They just happen to be one and the same person!
 William C. “Jack” Davis is a native of Independence, Missouri.  He received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Sonoma State University in Northern California.  He spent 20 years in editorial management in the magazine and book publishing industry.
In 1990, Jack left that line of work and spent the next decade working as a writer and consultant both here and abroad.  If you can believe it, Jack is the author or editor of more than fifty books in the fields of the Civil War and Southern history, as well as numerous documentary screenplays.
He was the on-camera senior consultant for 52 episodes of the History Channel series “Civil War Journal” which I have to tell you got me into trouble many, many times.  Unfortunately for my “then” employer, they liked to televise the show in the mornings here in New York, and I was always late to work…thanks to Jack!
But the Civil War Journal was not the only production Jack worked on.  Other productions included Commercial and Public Television, as well as the BBC, where he acted as historical consultant for several television and film productions, including “The Blue and the Gray,” “George Washington,” and “The Perfect Tribute.” 
From 2000 to 2013 he was Professor of History and Director of Programs of the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.
Jack is a three-time winner of the Jefferson Davis Award given for book-length works in Confederate History, our own Fletcher Pratt Award in 1977 (only 41 short years ago) and our Barondess Lincoln Prize in 2000.


Professor Emeritus at Virginia Tech University and Director of programs for the Virginia Center for Civil War Studies, will be our guest.

 

Monday, November 12, 2018
Peter Carmichael
Topic: The Common Man in the Civil War

Robert C. Fluhrer Professor of Civil War Studies and Director of the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College, will be joining us to talk about the Common Man in the Civil War.
 
 

Monday, December 10, 2018
James I. (Bud) Robertson
Topic: TBA

Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Virginia Tech, will be our guest.

 

Monday, January 14, 2019
Peter Carmichael
Topic: Stonewall Jackson

Historian and member of Robert E. Lee Round Table, will be our guest speaker talking about Stonewall Jackson.
 
 

Monday, February 11, 2019
The 57th Annual Barondess/Lincoln Award Presentation.


 
Monday, March 11 2019
Niall O’Dowd
Topic: “The Untold Story of How the Irish Helped Abraham Lincoln Save the Union.” 

Irish Journalist and founder of IrishCentral, Irish America Magazine, and the Irish Voice newspapers talks about his new book “Lincoln and the Irish: “The Untold Story of How the Irish Helped Abraham Lincoln Save the Union.” 

 

 
Monday, April 8, 2019
Timothy B. Smith
Topic: The Real Horse Soldiers

Author and Historian, will be our guest discussing his new book, “The Real Horse Soldiers.”

 

Monday, May 13, 2019
The 63rd Annual Fletcher Pratt Award- Best Civil War Non-Fiction Book Presentation
 
 
Monday, June 10, 2019
Tour Guide Presentation for our 62nd Annual CWRTNY Battlefield Tour

 



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