What a fun presentation!

This past Thursday evening, I had the privilege of speaking to the Lancaster Civil War Round Table. This group of 35-40 people meets in the brand new and extremely nice conference room of the Lititz, PA, library – a state-of-the-art training and community room with great audiovisuals. The subject was my PowerPoint presentation based upon my book, Human Interest Stories from the Gettysburg Campaign, and presented the Confederates’ inexorable march from Maryland towards Lancaster County, a trek halted by high waters of the Susquehanna River and the burning of the Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge. I shared humorous anecdotes and stories from the book, as well as examining the threat to Lancaster in some detail. Afterwards, I sold and signed many copies of the Gettysburg book, as well as the new Antietam companion volume.

The Lancaster CWRT is one of this area’s most knowlegable and friendly groups. This is the second time I have been invited to speak at their monthly gathering, and both times have been a blast.

No speaking engagements for the next few weeks, although I do have several book signings upcoming…

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