Our mission is to provide a format where individuals may meet to
discuss military actions, the effects of political decisions, and
the societal customs that pertain to the American Civil War 1861-1865.
The Roundtable is an educational, non-profit, and non-political organization.
Membership is open to all adults and students over ten years of age.
It is our intent to further the mission through educational programs
and activities supporting the study of the Civil War.
The PCWRT is proud to present noted educators, authors and historians to our members and guests.
Our past speakers have included:
Ted Alexander, Edward Ayers, Dave Bastian, Edwin C. Bearss, Ann Blackman, James Blankenship, Dr. Charles Bryan, Eric W. Buckland, Chris Calkins, Col. Barton Campbell, Stan Clardy, Christy Coleman, Larry & Constance Clowers, Dr. Charles L. Cooke, Dr. John M. Coski, Ruth Ann Coski, Melissa Delacour, William C. Davis, Frank Earnest, Gus Faeder, Patrick Falci, Robert J. Forman, John Fox, Cramer Gallimore, Dave Goetz, Michael D. Gorman, Will Greene, Don Hackenson, Clark “Bud” Hall, Scott Harris, John Hennessy, Robert Lee Hodge, Nelson Lankford, William E. Hughes, Jeff Johnston, Mary Ann Jung, Dorothy Kelly, Henry Kidd, Christopher Kolakowski Harry Kollatz, Julie Krick, Robert E.L. Krick, W. Hunter Lesser, Ed Longacre, Robert May, David Meisky, Gregory Mertz, Virginia B. Morton, John W. Mountcastle, PhD, Brigadier General (Ret.), Al Neale, Dave Palmer, John Pelletier, David L. Phillips, John Michael Priest, Frank O’Reilly, John V. Quarstein, S. Waite Rawls, III, Fred L. Ray, Samuel Riggs, Ed Sanders, John W. Schildt, Henny Schuster, Dr. Craig Symonds, Andrew Talkov, Dr. Lenette Taylor, Rev. Dr. William Thompson, Jeff Toalson, Tredegar Brass Band, Robert J. Trout, Bruce Venter, Jeffry D. Wert, Mark Whitenton, Eric Wittenberg, Brian Steel Wills, William Young, Jr.
Our dinner meetings are held the third Thursday of each month, and are open to the public. Please
check the Calendar of Eventspage and Town Hall for details regarding each meeting.
Photographs on this site are courtesy of the Library of Congress.