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Our 2015 Annual Meeting and Symposium was an interesting and informative event. 
Look for information about our 2016 Annual Meeting and Symposium in January.

2015 Annual Meeting and Symposium

 The Climactic Year, 1865: The War in North Carolina

Saturday, May 9, 2015

0930 - 1600 Hours

NC Museum of History, Raleigh, NC


$5 lunch available
sub sandwich, chips and drink
reservation required for lunch)

 Reserve your lunch by
 emailing the Society at
 calling the
Society President at (910) 897-7968
no later than
 Monday, May 4, 2015

More May 9 Events and Activities

At the Symposium
Living historians will be on hand displaying uniforms, weapons,
and accoutrements of the Civil War, and to discuss the
life of the common soldier and tactics of the day.

At the Capitol
Click on this link for information about

"Raleigh Occupied" Living History Program



Presentations and Speakers:

Click here for speaker bios

The ramifications of North Carolina’s participation in the defining

American war of the Nineteenth Century continue to shape the

history and destiny of the United States to this day.




"Wilmington Campaign"
Dr. Chris Fonvielle
Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Wilmington


"Battle of Wyse Fork"
Colonel Wade Sokolosky
Published author and historian


"The Battle of Bentonville"
Mr. Dean Harry
Retired attorney and historian


"Stoneman’s Raid"
Mr. Chris J. Hartley
Published author and historian


"Presidential Reconstruction"
Mr. Chris Meekins
Archivist, State Archives

Click to see sessions from past symposiums

2014 symposium   2013 symposium   2012 symposium  2011 symposium  2010 symposium   2009 symposium  2007 symposium

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unknown NC State Guardsman, circa 1880s/90s from Winston-Salem 

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