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We are amateur and professional historians in Central Indiana dedicated to studying and understanding the American Civil War. We welcome anyone interested in the American Civil War to join the ICWRT. Annual dues are $30 for an individual, $35 for a family,or $15 for a student. The dues are used to defray production costs of our newsletter, Hardtack, and other programs. We invite you to attend a meeting as a guest and we feel that you will enjoy your visit and enlist. To enlist for the upcoming campaign, Click Here for a membership form

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Civil War Roundtable Speaker What: Civil War Feuds:
A Family Tradition
Who: Peter Mullen
When: Monday
September 14, 2015 at 6:45PM
Where: Indiana State Library
(315 West Ohio Street)
Numerous feuds arose during these troubled times pitting neighbor against neighbor, family against family, and brother against brother resulting in conflicts lasting well into the twentieth century. This presentation is dedicated to all who suffered emotional or physical injury or death related to those troubled times in our nation's history with a commitment to NEVER allow a sequel of Americans against Americans to occur in the future of the United States of America. It focuses on notorious feuds that occurred in Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, and Florida with a blend of nineteenth century historical, political, and cultural aspects of each area.

Peter Mullen is a native-born Kentuckian and a graduate of the University of Louisville and Western Kentucky University, He currently lives in Callahan, Florida where he is a professor at Florida State College in Jacksonville. He is a member of the Speakers Bureau for the Georgia Historical Society, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Michigan Civil War Sesquicentennial, Connecticut Civil War Sesquicentennial, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Anthropological Multicultural Association of the South, and Florida State College. He lectures to professional and historical societies nationwide in observance of the Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the Civil War.

2015-2016 Program Schedule

Sept. 14, 2015 Civil War Feuds: A Family Tradition Peter Mullen
Oct. 12, 2015 Alexander Gardner: Civil War Photographs and More Steve Rolfe
Nov. 9, 2015 William S. Rosecrans and the Union Victory David Moore
Dec. 14, 2015 The Irish Volunteer Mark LaPointe
Jan. 11, 2016 Acoustic Shadows During the Civil War Tony Roscetti
Feb. 8, 2016 Abraham Lincoln's Boyhood Years Alan Teller
Mar. 14, 2016 The Battle of New Market Dave Sutherland
Apr. 11, 2016 Brown Water Navy Gary Joiner
May 9, 2016 Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War Brian Jordan
June 13, 2016 Forbidden, Hidden, & Forgotten: Women in the Ranks During the Civil War Shelby Harriel

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