Roster of Coming Events All Events are at the South Huntington Public Library beginning at 7:00 PM
September 7, 2017: Professors Howard Ehrilich and Harvey Sakowitz will discuss The Tragic Story of Mary Todd Lincoln with a Power Point Presentation.
October 5, 2017: William Morganwill discuss his book A Civil War Lovers Guide to New York City; The Forgotten Historical Sites of NY City.
November 2, 2017: Juanita Leach Jensenwill discuss New York Women in the Civil War.
December 7, 2017: The Roundtable will host a book discussion.
January 4, 2018: Movie Night- The Great Locomotive Chase.
February 1, 2018: George Muckenbeckwill discuss Men of Color to Arms: Islip and U.S. Colored Troops with a power point presentation.
March 1, 2018: Roundtable member Val Protopapas will discuss her book: A Thousand Points of Truth: The History and Humanity of Col. John Singleton Mosby in Newsprint.
April 5, 2018: Gene Barrwill present A Civil War Captain and His Lady: Love, Courtship and Combat From Fort Donelson Through the Vicksburg Campaign. A power point presentation.
May 3, 2018: Scott Mingus will discuss his new book on the Second Day at Gettysburg: The Attack and Defense of Cemetery Ridge July 2, 1863.
June 7, 2018: Wilbur Millerwill discussThe Civil War and Reconstruction.
July 12, 2018: Barnet Schector Civil War Author .
The South Huntington Public Library
145 Pidgeon Hill Road
Huntington Station, ny 11746
The Roundtable does not meet in August.
Officers & Board Members
Mitchell Banks - President / Harvey Savitt- Vice President / Co- Program Director Pat Ramo - Treasurer Robert Aramini - Membership / Andrew Pelosi- Trip Coordinator
Domenick Serrano- Co-Program Director
Annette Saslow-Recording Secretary
Frank Konop - Publicity
The goal of the North Shore Civil War Roundtable is to meet monthly in good fellowship and expand our knowledge of the American Civil War. We gather to hear presentations by experts in the field. As often as possible we ask authors, historians and Roundtable members to speak at these meetings. Our membership numbers more than 100. We sponsor a yearly battlefield tour, issue a monthly newsletter, "Drumroll", and contribute to a variety of Civil War organizations including the Civil War Trust and their efforts to preserve what is left of our nations Civil War Battlefields.
Our monthly meetings, book signings and presentations are held at the beautifulSouth Huntington Public Library. Our meetings are free to all and begin at 7 PM. Over the past twenty years we have had the very best. James McPherson, Bud Robertson, Tony Horwitz, Stephen Oates, Noah Trudeau, William Davis, Mort Kunstler and Don Troiani are only a few of the authors, historians and artists that have come to speak to us. C-Span has televised three of our meetings.