Meetings are held at Atlanta's Capital City Club. The evening's events start with a social hour at 5:30 PM and dinner at 7:00 PM. Check in by 6:30 PM. The speaker's program begins at 8:00 PM.
$39.00 per dinner reservation
(must be received by Friday before the Tuesday meeting)
Dr. Carmichael will be speaking on The War for the Common Soldier.
6:30- 7:15 p.m. Dinner and Socializing
7:15 - 8:45 p.m. Announcements/Speaker
8:45 - 9:00 p.m. Questions and Closing Remarks
The cost will be $12. To attend the meeting only, the charge is $5 (For non-members, the first meeting is free, and subsequent meetings are $10).
Peter S. Carmichael will present a talk on his newest book, The War for the Common Soldier.
Meetings are held at Smilie’s Restaurant in Elmwood on Jefferson Highway. Typically, the meetings start with an optional cash bar from 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm. An optional dinner is held from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm with the speaker covering the subject from 7:45 pm to 9:15 pm. There is a book raffle at the meeting also. The meal costs $25.00 inclusive.
Dr. Carmichael will present a talk about “The Civil War Letters of David and Mahala Beem” to the Gettysburg Civil War Round Table at its February meeting. Doors open at 6:30 PM, with the featured program beginning at 7:00 PM.
“Reading Civil War Letters: A Conversation with Peter Carmichael” will be held at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine in downtown Frederick. Professor Carmichael will hand out to participants copies of wartime letters from soldiers on both sides. Attendees will have an opportunity to read and reflect upon the words of men who served in the rank-and-file.
The letters draw from Pete’s most recently published book The War for the Common Soldier: How Men Thought, Fought, and Survived in Civil War Armies. This book is a History Book Club best seller and reviewed in the Wall Street Journal.
Please come and join Professor Carmichael for a discussion on the lives and letters of Billy Yank and Johnny Reb. Attendees are encouraged to pick up The War for the Common Soldier, which is available for sale at the Museum gift shop.
The cost of the program is included with museum admission and is FREE for museum members.
Dr. Carmichael will deliver a Banner Lecture at the Virginia Historical Society in Richmond entitled “Tracking Down a Confederate Deserter after Gettysburg.”
Children (18 and under): free
Adults: $10 (includes museum admission)
Peter Carmichael will be meeting with the Tattooed Historian at the Garryowen Pub in Gettysburg. Details from the Tattooed Historian:
It's a special treat to say that Dr. Peter Carmichael will be our presenter at the February installment of "The Tattooed Historian Presents." Dr. Carmichael will be discussing his newest book, "The War for the Common Soldier." This will be a more interactive program than the others. I will be sitting down with Dr. Carmichael and discussing his latest work, and we'll be having a heavier Q&A segment for the audience. We may have handouts too!
Please make sure you mark this down as the Tuesday date. We usually do Thursdays so don't miss this one! Totally free and open to the public!
We will start at our normal time, 7:00 pm, upstairs at the Garryowen. Remember, you can order your food and drinks in our area since we have a bartender!
Also, as always, if you can't be there physically, I will be live streaming the discussion right here on Facebook!
Dr. Carmichael will speak on his new book, The War for the Common Soldier, on Thursday, January 24 as part of the Loudoun Museum's reopening weekend. Carmichael’s lecture will accompany the opening of the Museum's new exhibit, "Caught in the Maelstrom of Civil War: Loudoun County Divided." A preview of the exhibit will be open from 5:00 to 6:00 pm, and the lecture will follow at 6:30.
The event is free and open to the public, but attendance is limited. Register here to guarantee your seat.
CWTR is a weekly, hour long, Intenet-based talk radio show hosted by Gerry Prokopowicz of East Carolina University. Each week, Gerry interviews leading historians, authors, enthusiasts, etc. on all things Civil War related.
Available on Voice America and through Apple podcasts.
Join me at the Lincoln Cottage where historian Adam Goodheart and I will discuss my book. Cottage Conversations offer relaxing evenings to socialize and learn something new about the 16th president from authors, collectors, and artists. The program begins with a cocktail reception, is followed by the conversation, and concludes with a book signing.
Reception at 6:00 p.m., at the Robert H. Smith Visitor Education Center, $10.00
Lecture at 6:30, President Lincoln’s Cottage, $10.00
Contact Lincoln Cottage staff with any questions at (202) 829-0436 or email@example.com
Pete Carmichael will present “I am Almost SIck all the Time and Half Crazy: The Fate of a CSA Deserter“ a talk based on the Civil War experiences of John Futch, a North Carolina soldier from New Hanover County, North Carolina.
Registration opens at 6:30 and the program begins at 7:00. Dr. Carmichael’s new book will be available for purchase at the lecture.
Professor Carrie Janney, director of the Nau Center of the University of Virginia will host a discussion with historian Peter Carmichael about his newest book, The War for the Common Soldier.
This event will be held at the Small Special Collections Library at UVA. It is free and open to the pubic and no advance registration is required. Paid parking is available nearby at the Central Grounds Parking Garage located near the UVA bookstore.
Copies of Professor Carmichael’s book will be available for purchase and there will be a chance to meet the author and have your book signed after our event.
The George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War at Shepherd University presents An Evening with Dr. Peter Carmichael for its Signature Speaker Series. Carmichael will present “Tracking Down a Confederate Deserter after Gettysburg.” This event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase—cash or check only. For more information, visit www.shepherd.edu/civilwar