Hawaii Civil War Round Table
The Hawaii Civil War Round Table was founded in May,1994 to perpetuate the study of the American Civil War (1861-1865).
We generally meet the third Wednesday of every month at The Bowfin Submarine Museum (next to the Arizona Memorial).
Aloha Arm Chair Historians
Our April meeting will be at The Bowfin Museum on Wednesday the 18th at 6 P.M.
Our guest speaker will be Dr. Marc Gilbert who is Hawaii Pacific University’s National Endowment of the
Humanities World Historian. Dr. Gilbert will speak on “The Confederate Diaspora in World History”. Yes.
I had to look up in Webster”s Dictionary to see what that means and I’m still not sure. So please
Attend and hear our guest. Pot luck is always nice.
Upcoming meetings include our yearly book discussion in September on
"Generals In Bronze-Interviewing the Commanders of the Civil War" edited by William B. Styple.
Remember we are reading “Generals In Bronze-Interviewing the Commanders of The Civil War” by William Styple.
This is an easy read and a fascinating book that you all will enjoy very much.
We will have our yearly book discussion either in September or October.
Your obedient servant, Damian Paul
Carter House, Franklin TN, where a major civil war battle was fought
in an attempt to distract the North from Nashville, Atlanta and
Savannah, GA. Several confederate generals died in this yard.
December 5th will be Historian Edwin C. Bearss speaking at the Hale Koa Hotel in Waikiki on
"Five Tragic Hours-The Battle of Franklin".
Contact info: Damian Paul
32 Kainehe Street
Kailua, Hawaii 96734