2022 Conference: War in the Trans-Mississippi
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About the Event
The Trans-Mississippi is often dismissed in Civil War history as an unimportant theatre of war waged by second- or even third-rate commanders. But it can also be argued that the war's very origins were on the western frontier, and the region saw some of its most complex political conflicts, not only between North and South but also within states and in the interactions with Native American nations. The first battles involving African-American troops took place here, long before Fort Wagner and Glory, and without doubt some of the wars worst atrocities. Trans-Mississippi battles and campaigns may not have been on the scale of Gettysburg, Vicksburg, or Atlanta, but they were fought in some of the harshest environments on the continent, and often with a violence and bitterness unmatched anywhere further east.
We have assembled an exceptional team of speakers to guide you through the intricacies of this forgotten theatre.
Dr Terry Beckenbaugh, Associate Professor USAAF Command and Staff College, Montgomery, AL
Dr Jeff Prushankin, Visiting Asst Professor of History at Millersville University, PA
Dr Kyle Sinisi, Professor of History at The Citadel, Charleston, SC
To fit in all of our extended programme of guest speakers, we will be extending the conference into Sunday afternoon. All our regular conference activities will be featured, including our Friday icebreaker session, Saturday formal dinner, Sunday morning raffle and booksellers Paul Meekins.
Price is £270 per delegate, (single room supplement £50). which includes accomodation and meals as well as the Conference, and offers great value for money.
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