CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE OF NEBRASKA

January 2020 Newsletter

 

This Month’s Meeting:

The Palmetto State (South Carolina)

Presented by Lea Anne Bogart

 

February 26, 2020

7:00 p.m.

NOTE NEW, EARLIER, MEETING TIME!!!

Legacy Estates Theater, 7200 Van Dorn

(use the lower parking on the west side;

Board meeting at 6:30 – all are invited to attend

and contribute suggestions and ideas)

 

Upcoming Meetings

(Get all these on your calendar!)

All programs to be announced

 

March 25, 2020

 

April 22, 2020

Program:  CSA’s #1 General:  A Look at Gen. Samuel Cooper

Presented by Ken Hessel

 

May 27, 2020

 

Note that meeting dates and places could change as special events may be scheduled (e.g., we probably would not stage a ‘cannon shoot’ on a Wednesday evening at Legacy Estates).

 

 

 

 

DUES

 

2019-2020 dues are now due!  Please bring your cash or a check for $15.00 ($25.00 for a family membership) to the meeting, or you may mail it to Civil War Round Table, 1227 Lincoln Mall, Lincoln, NE, 68508.  So far, thirty-two members have paid their 2019-2020 dues, with four family memberships, and one new member for a total of $510.00.00 collected. 

 

 

 

 

Bad News – Good News: 

 

The bad news:  Dr. Lon Keim has advised the Round Table that he paid $1,480.88 to repair the flag that was accidentally dropped when he presented to the CWRT of Nebraska in September of 2018.  This is being considered by the Board and its recommendation will be presented to the Membership at the February meetings.

 

Good news:  LB 850 was introduced in the Legislature on the first day of this Session.  If passed, it should be the required “state request” for a monument to the First Nebraska at the Fort Donelson Battlefield.  The bill was heard by the Government, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee on January 30.  The bill was voted out of the committee unanimously and now its fate depends upon it being made a “priority” bill.

 

 

South Carolina in the Civil War

 

Wikipedia:  South Carolina in the American Civil War

 

Ten South Carolina Civil War Sites

 

Battlefield Trust:  South Carolina in the Civil War

 

 

 

 

Hope to see you all on the 26th!