Speakers

Finding interesting speakers for Camp meetings can be a challenge, yet the quality of meetings can have a profound effect on visitors coming back to be members. The following list includes people who have presented programs to other Camps in your Brigade.

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Central Texas Area

J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture: Music and Humor

Evault Boswell  (1) Books: Texas Boys in Gray; (2) Quantrill in Texas


John J. Dwyer  (1) Lee, Jackson, Lincoln; (2) Nearly anything else related to the WBTS


Jack Dyess  (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"


H.G. Manning Secession or Rebellion?

Bill Nolan The Whitfield - Ross Texas Cavalry Brigade from Muster to 1900


Ed Norman Cemetery research & Authentic period music

Ed Norman & Evault Boswell Cemetery Research and authentic period music

Rudy Ray  (1) Why I Fought The Yankees; (2) The Yankee's Big Stick; (3) Reconstructed or Reloaded


Johnny Scarborough (1) All Were Named Courage; (2) Horse's Role in WBTS

John C. Waugh Compromise of 1850

H.G. Manning Secession or Rebellion?

Charles Oliver (1) Purpose of SCV in the 21st Century; (2) The Real Lincoln; (3) Alexander Stephens; (4) Great Revival in the Southern Army; (5) Col Simpson’s Version of the Battle of Sabine Pass; (6) Life & Times of Sul Ross

W. Michael Hurley (1) The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?; (3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians; (8) Why I Love The South

Bill Boyd Why African origin chattel slavery rather than another form of agricultural labor?

Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Buddy Wheat (1 )Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery (1) The Black Confederate (2) The Confederate Chaplain (3) The Culture of the Confederate States (4) Another Look at Six Myths of the Lost Cause (5) The Enlisted Confederate Soldier (6) Martyrs For The Confederate Cause (7) The Confederate Military Cadet (8) Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race (9) Flags Of The Confederacy (10) Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities (11) The Hard Hand Of War (12) Thomas Stonewall Jackson

John Dickey (1) Col. J.W. Speight Central Texas most successful commander - Power Point presentation (2) H.L. Hunley - America's First Successful Combat Submarine - Power Point presentation (3) Camp Douglas: A Story That Must Be Told

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."

John Stevens (1) "The History of Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry, 1863-1965." A little known and often forgotten regiment organized in late 1863 that operated along the Texas Gulf Coast and participated in the Red River Campaign. (2) "A Family Goes to War For Southern Independence, 1861-1865." Based on 25 family letters and documents written during/after the war; provides insight into the lives/experiences of one family in Hill County, TX. Family members served in the Texas State Troops, 12th Texas Cavalry, and 1st Texas Infantry. NOTE: Travel limited to 5-hour radius from Houston; exceptions can be made.


East Texas Area

J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture: Music and Humor

George Bishop (1) Sabine Pass; (2) Brigadier General Micah Jenkins; (3) Brigadier General Randall Lee Gibson (founder of Tulane University)

Evault Boswell
Book: Quantrill's Raiders in Texas

Jack Dyess (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"

John Goldman (1) Local history; (2) Videos of reenactments

Dr. Jerry Hopkins (1) Robert E. Lee; (2) Revivals in the Army

Don Majors The new South

Larry Mink Civil War Medicine

Rudy Ray (1) Why I Fought The Yankees; (2) The Yankee's Big Stick; (3) Reconstructed or Reloaded?

David Stroud Author of Ector’s Brigade


Jerry Watt  Variety of topics

J. Dale West
Civil War Photography

Jerry Haynes Covert Actions Taken by Confederate Government
 
W. Michael Hurley (1)The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?;
(3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians;
(8) Why I Love The South


Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Charles Oliver (1) Purpose of SCV in the 21st Century; (2) The Real Lincoln; (3) Alexander Stephens; (4) Great Revival in the Southern Army; (5) Col Simpson’s Version of the Battle of Sabine Pass; (6) Life & Times of Sul Ross

Buddy Wheat (1 )Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery (1) The Black Confederate (2) The Confederate Chaplain (3) The Culture of the Confederate States (4) Another Look at Six Myths of the Lost Cause (5) The Enlisted Confederate Soldier (6) Martyrs For The Confederate Cause (7) The Confederate Military Cadet (8) Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race (9) Flags Of The Confederacy (10) Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities (11) The Hard Hand Of War (12) Thomas Stonewall Jackson

John Dickey (1) Col. J.W. Speight Central Texas most successful commander - Power Point presentation (2) H.L. Hunley - America's First Successful Combat Submarine - Power Point presentation

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."

W. Scott Bell Jacksonville, Texas. Program is a talk about my book- The Camel Regiment: A History of the Bloody 43rd Mississippi Volunteer Infantry, CSA 1862-65.

John Stevens (1) "The History of Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry, 1863-1965." A little known and often forgotten regiment organized in late 1863 that operated along the Texas Gulf Coast and participated in the Red River Campaign. (2) "A Family Goes to War For Southern Independence, 1861-1865." Based on 25 family letters and documents written during/after the war; provides insight into the lives/experiences of one family in Hill County, TX. Family members served in the Texas State Troops, 12th Texas Cavalry, and 1st Texas Infantry. NOTE: Travel limited to 5-hour radius from Houston; exceptions can be made.


Gulf Coast Area

J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture: Music and Humor

George Bishop (1) Sabine Pass; (2) Brigadier General Micah Jenkins; (3) Brigadier General Randall Lee Gibson (founder of Tulane University)

William Bozic (1) Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry; (2) Before Manassas there was Mexico (3) A Teacher’s Talk About Teaching the WBTS at Texas High Schools
(4) Federal Invasion and Occupation of the Gulf Coast Fall 1863-Spring 1864


Walter Coffey General Civil War history and discussion - www.waltercoffey.com

John J. Dwyer (1) Lee, Jackson, Lincoln; (2) Nearly anything else related to the WBTS


Jack Dyess (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"

Brady Lee Hutchison
(1) Various Jefferson Davis topics; (2) The Plot to Burn New York City

Ray James (1) A Confederate Infantryman's Travels through the Western AND Eastern Theaters; (2) Introduction to Confederate Sharpshooters

William Bozic (1) Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry; (2) Before Manassas there was Mexico (3) A Teacher’s Talk About Teaching the WBTS at Texas High Schools
(4) Federal Invasion and Occupation of the Gulf Coast Fall 1863-Spring 1864

W. Michael Hurley (1) The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?; (3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians; (8) Why I Love The South

Bill Boyd Why African origin chattel slavery rather than another form of agricultural labor?

Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Charles Oliver (1) Purpose of SCV in the 21st Century; (2) The Real Lincoln; (3) Alexander Stephens; (4) Great Revival in the Southern Army; (5) Col Simpson’s Version of the Battle of Sabine Pass; (6) Life & Times of Sul Ross

Buddy Wheat (1 ) Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery (1) The Black Confederate (2) The Confederate Chaplain (3) The Culture of the Confederate States (4) Another Look at Six Myths of the Lost Cause (5) The Enlisted Confederate Soldier (6) Martyrs For The Confederate Cause (7) The Confederate Military Cadet (8) Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race (9) Flags Of The Confederacy (10) Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities (11) The Hard Hand Of War (12) Thomas Stonewall Jackson

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."


North Texas Area

J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture:Music and Humor

Evault Boswell
Book: Quantrill's Raiders in Texas

Tom Clinkscales (1) The Charge; (2) Secession

John J. Dwyer
(1) Lee, Jackson, Lincoln; (2) Nearly anything else related to the WBTS

Jack Dyess (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"

Rudy Ray (1) Why I Fought The Yankees; (2) The Yankee's Big Stick; (3) Reconstructed or Reloaded

Beau Purdon (1) John Hunt Morgan; (2) Gen Hood & the Battle of Franklin;
(3) Facts Historians Get Wrong

Kirt Barnett Origin of Slavery in the U.S.

Kevin Newsome Santos Benavides & The Diversity in the Confederate Army

W. Michael Hurley (1) The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?; (3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians; (8) Why I Love The South

Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Charles Oliver (1) Purpose of SCV in the 21st Century; (2) The Real Lincoln; (3) Alexander Stephens; (4) Great Revival in the Southern Army; (5) Col Simpson’s Version of the Battle of Sabine Pass; (6) Life & Times of Sul Ross

Buddy Wheat (1) Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery (1) The Black Confederate (2) The Confederate Chaplain (3) The Culture of the Confederate States (4) Another Look at Six Myths of the Lost Cause (5) The Enlisted Confederate Soldier (6) Martyrs For The Confederate Cause (7) The Confederate Military Cadet (8) Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race (9) Flags Of The Confederacy (10) Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities (11) The Hard Hand Of War (12) Thomas Stonewall Jackson

John Dickey (1) Col. J.W. Speight Central Texas most successful commander - Power Point presentation (2) H.L. Hunley - America's First Successful Combat Submarine - Power Point presentation

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."


South Texas Area

Evault Boswell (1) Books: Texas Boys in Gray; (2) Quantrill in Texas

George Bishop (1) Sabine Pass; (2) Brigadier General Micah Jenkins; (3) Brigadier General Randall Lee Gibson (founder of Tulane University)

Danny Davis (1) Seven of Lee's Infantry Brigades; (2) Hood's Brigade at Gaines Mills; (3) Army Ranger history & Current Ops; Domestic Terrorism & Homeland Security

William Bozic (1) Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry; (2) Before Manassas there was Mexico (3) A Teacher’s Talk About Teaching the WBTS at Texas High Schools
(4) Federal Invasion and Occupation of the Gulf Coast Fall 1863-Spring 1864

W. Michael Hurley (1) The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?; (3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians; (8) Why I Love The South


J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture: Music and Humor

Jack Dyess (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"

Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Buddy Wheat (1 )Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Dr. Richard Lee Montgomery (1) The Black Confederate (2) The Confederate Chaplain (3) The Culture of the Confederate States (4) Another Look at Six Myths of the Lost Cause (5) The Enlisted Confederate Soldier (6) Martyrs For The Confederate Cause (7) The Confederate Military Cadet (8) Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race (9) Flags Of The Confederacy (10) Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities (11) The Hard Hand Of War (12) Thomas Stonewall Jackson

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."

John Stevens (1) "The History of Likens' 35th Texas Cavalry, 1863-1965." A little known and often forgotten regiment organized in late 1863 that operated along the Texas Gulf Coast and participated in the Red River Campaign. (2) "A Family Goes to War For Southern Independence, 1861-1865." Based on 25 family letters and documents written during/after the war; provides insight into the lives/experiences of one family in Hill County, TX. Family members served in the Texas State Troops, 12th Texas Cavalry, and 1st Texas Infantry. NOTE: Travel limited to 5-hour radius from Houston; exceptions can be made.


West Texas Area

J. Pat Baughman (1) Scottish Migration to the South; (2) Southern Culture: Music and Humor

Evault Boswell (1) Books: Texas Boys in Gray; (2) Quantrill in Texas

Jack Dyess (1) The Texas Navy; (2) Myths Concerning the Causes of the War; (3) Holt Collier – Slave, Confederate Soldier, National Hero; (4) The Battles of Galveston and Sabine Pass; (5) Comparison of Andersonville and Camp Douglas; (6) The Colonial Navy; (7) Myths Concerning the Vietnam War"

Mark Wilkins One Man Musical called “Memories of an Old Soldier”

W. Michael Hurley (1) The CSS Alabama; (2) Why am I a member of the SCV?;
(3) The Battle of Prairie Grove; (4) The Faith of Robt E Lee & Stonewall Jackson; (5) Faith of Our Fathers - Why They Fought; (6) Recruiting; (7) Wathall’s Brigade - Those Brave Mississippians;
(8) Why I Love The South

Sanford Reed Lee’s Legacy of Faith and Chivalry

Buddy Wheat  (1) Leaders and Leadership; (2) Strategy and Tactics; (3) Artillery; (4) Chaplains; (5) Battles of Gettysburg, Sharpsburg, Manassas (1 & 2) (6) My relative, Major Roberdeau Chatham Wheat, Commander of 1st Louisiana Special Battalion ("Wheat's Tigers")

Scott Bowden
Robert E. Lee at War series
Author of 27 published works on Napoleonic and American military history and winner of 11 literary awards. All presentations are in PowerPoint, including the following:
(1) many Robert E. Lee topics during The War that are developed within the multi-volume "Robert E. Lee at War" book series, including various aspects encompassing Lee's tenure as commander of the Army of Northern Virginia (his campaigns, battles and art of art). Among the topics within this genre include the specific presentations titled "Fearless Under Fire: How Robert E. Lee Commanded the Army of Northern Virginia," as well as "Lee and Jackson: A Study in Command Relationship---April 1861 to May 1863," "Lee and the Great Captains: How Alexander the Great, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, Napoleon and Others Directly Influenced Lee's Generalship," and "Robert E. Lee's Art of War" as presented in 2017 at Arlington House for the National Park Service;
(2) many topics covering Lee before The War and the first year of the conflict encompassing the "Jefferson Davis-Winfield Scott-Robert E. Lee Feud" as well as the "Robert E. Lee In Texas" discussions;
(3) specific topics related to the book, Last Chance for Victory: Robert E. Lee and the Gettysburg Campaign (Winner of the Douglas Southall Freeman American History Award and other literary awards), including talks on each day of the battle and command relationships at the battle;
(4) topics covering Lee after The War, including the presentation "You Only Have to Blow the Bugle" given at the SD Lee Institute in Dallas in 2015 and for the National Park Service in 2017 at Arlington House;
(5) non-battle-related talks, including "A Soldier's Heart, You Know, Is Divided Between Love and Glory: Why Women Loved Robert E. Lee."