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GA-Stacking of Arms: The Civil War Surrender Ceremonies - Wednesday, November 1, 12:15 pm, Booth Western Art Museum 501 North Museum Drive, Cartersville GA. Lecture & lunch with historian Michael Shaffer speaking. After four years of fighting, the American Civil War - unlike similar conflicts in other nations - ended with the focus on reunification. Admission to museum: $10.00, includes lunch and lecture. 770-387-1300


SC-Xanthus Smith and Civil War Maritime Art - November 1 through 30, South Carolina Confederate Relic Room and Military Museum, 301 Gervais Street, Columbia SC. The Civil War redefined the nation on multiple levels, including forever changing American art. Instead of the early 19th century scenes of untouched natural beauty, artists began recording the new technologies and realities of warfare. Xanthus Smith was a Philadelphia-based landscape artist of growing reputation when he enlisted in the Union Navy. Stationed in Port Royal, South Carolina, he used his talents to produce dozens of drawings and paintings of the ships that were a part of the Atlantic fleet. Of equal importance, however, are his sketches of camp life amidst the natural setting of the South Carolina coast. This special exhibit features 47 of his stunning paintings and sketches, along with his paint palette and artists box. It reveals the talents of this artist who spent his entire Civil War service in South Carolina, and examines how he turned those experiences into a successful career as a painter of war time naval battles. This exhibit has been EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 30TH, Tuesdays through Saturdays 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, plus the first Sunday of each month from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Closed most state holidays. Admission: Adults $6.00, Military & Seniors (ages 62+) $5.00, Youth (ages 10 to 17) $3.00. Everyone admitted for $1.00 on first Sunday afternoons. 803-737-8095, www.crr.sc.gov/


GA-Forgotten Field: Cavalry at Gettysburg - Thursday, November 2, 7:00 pm, Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center, 500 Powder Springs Street, Marietta GA. Historian Marshall Krolick will speak during the monthly meeting of the Civil War Round Table of Cobb County. Admission: $5.00; first-time guests are free. cobbcivilwarrt@gmail.com, www.cobbcwrt.org/


SC-20th Annual Civil War Symposium - Friday & Saturday, November 3 & 4, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, 8301 Parklane Rd, Columbia SC. Join us for the 20th annual Civil War Symposium. For two decades the Civil War Symposium has brought distinguished speakers from around the country to discuss various topics associated with the American Civil War. In celebration of the symposium's twentieth anniversary, Dr. James Robertson will present the keynote address. As the former executive director of the United States Civil War Centennial Commission, Dr. Robertson will reflect on his tenure and interactions with John Amasa May and the South Carolina Confederate War Centennial Commission. An opening reception will be held on Friday evening at 7:00 pm at the Robert Mills House in Columbia. All-day Saturday sessions until 4:00 pm will highlight various Civil War topics and conclude with a historic cemetery tour of both Trinity Episcopal Church and Elmwood Cemetery. Registration: Adults $50.00, Students $25.00, cemetery tour is an additional $10.00. 803-896-0339, https://scarchivesandhistoryfoundation.org/registration-20th-annual-civil-war-symposium/


GA-Battles at Irwinville - Friday through Sunday, November 3 through 5, Jefferson Davis Memorial Historic Site, 338 Jeff Davis Park Road (near Fitzgerald), Irwinville GA. Memorial event and skirmish to help preserve the Jefferson Davis capture site. Proceeds from this event are almost the only revenue to upkeep the site for an entire year. Jefferson Davis Memorial Historic Site is located on the historic driving route of the Jefferson Davis Heritage Trail (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ga-jefferson-davis.html). Admission charged. 478-986-5290, http://gastateparks.org/JeffersonDavisMemorial


GA-Syrup Makin’ Time on the Plantation - Saturday, November 4, 10:30 am to 3:30 pm, Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site, 711 Jarrell Plantation Road, Juliette GA. See how the Jarrell family made their very own cane syrup in one of the original kettles. Sip on sugar cane juice and enjoy demonstrations around the farm. Freshly made, hot syrup will be available to take home and enjoy at the end of the day. Union Major General William T. Sherman’s army visited Jarrell Plantation during their March to the Sea. Directions: Located southeast of Juliette, 18 miles from I-75 Forsyth exit #185 or 18 miles north of Macon exit #171. Admission: $4.00 to $6.50. 478-986-5172, http://gastateparks.org/JarrellPlantation


GA-Cassville Luminaries - Saturday, November 4, 5:00 to 8:00 pm, Cassville Cemetery, 1799 Cassville Road NW, Cassville (near Cartersville) GA. The Cassville luminaires are in memory of the 1864 burning of Cassville, the citizens and soldiers buried here. We'll have hot dogs, snacks and refreshments. Come and cook marshmallows and spend an evening with us. FREE admission. Cassville is located on the historic driving route of the Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf).

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GA-Artillery Demonstrations at Kennesaw Mountain - Sunday, November 5, 11:00 am, 12:00 noon, 2:00 & 3:00 pm, Outside of Visitor Center, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, 900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw GA. Artillery (cannon) demonstrations show visitors the steps taken to fire cannons during the American Civil War. Each program lasts approximately 30 to 40 minutes and includes an explanation of the role of artillery during the Atlanta Campaign and at the Battle of Kennesaw Mountain. Artillerists explain the steps of firing a cannon, explaining the role of each person working the cannon. Afterwards, the process is performed in real time and the cannon is fired. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is located on the historic driving route of the Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail® (http://www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf). FREE admission. 770-427-4686, www.nps.gov/kemo/


GA-Weapons Used in the Civil War and Beyond - Monday, November 6, 6:30 pm, Chevy’s Pizza, 115 West Clinton Street, Gray GA. The public is invited to come hear Johnny Mack Nickels speak about weapons used in the Civil War and beyond during the monthly meeting of the Old Clinton Historical Society. Gray is located on the “Right Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (http://www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/MarchToTheSeaBrochure.pdf). FREE admission, although guests are encouraged to come early for dinner. wabowden99@yahoo.com


SC-Defending Carolina: Civil War Battlefields Tour- Tuesday to Thursday, November 7 to 9, Santee State Park, 251 State Park Road, Santee SC. During the first months of 1865, Confederate forces readied themselves to defend against the invading army led by Union Major General William T. Sherman. As the Northern army advanced toward Columbia, it had to cross well defended positions along several rivers. Join expert guides at two of these well preserved battlefields along the line of advance, at Rivers Bridge State Historic Site and at Congaree Creek. Well preserved earthworks at both sites will provide a better understanding of what the Union Army faced and how the Confederate defenders hoped to delay them. The program includes two nights in the lakeside cabins at Santee State Park, two guided battlefield tours, and transportation from Santee State Park to the sites and back. There will be walking involved at both field sites up to about a mile and it will also involve walking on uneven terrain through wooded areas. Cost: $129/person (double occupancy), $225/person (single occupancy). 803-854-2408, http://discoversouthcarolina.com/products/10004541


AL-James Buchanan Eads: Pioneer Engineer in the 1800’s - Thursday, November 9, 5:30 or 6:30 pm, Elks Lodge 1648, 725 Franklin Street, Huntsville AL. Phil Bording will speak on the topic entitled “James Buchanan Eads: Pioneer Engineer in the 1800’s” during the monthly meeting of the Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table. FREE admission. Meeting starts at 6:30, but come at 5:30 to partake of the chicken buffet/salad bar offered by the Elks for $8.95. 256-539-5287, www.tvcwrt.org


AL-Battles for the Armory with Talisi Historical Arts & Crafts Fair – Thursday through Sunday, November 9 through 12, 19359 Rifle Range Road, Tallassee AL. Tallassee Living History and Heritage Days features the "Battles for the Armory" Civil War reenactment and the new Talisi Arts & Crafts Fair. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Battles of the Armory. On Thursday school children will experience "living history" of the 1860s to include culture, crafts, homemaking, dance, dress, battle, medicine and more. Friday will include various special activities. The public is invited on Saturday and Sunday to see a live portrayal of a Civil War battle, as well as handmade clothing, accessories, weapons, toys and even soap-making. Come see what the excitement is all about! Admission charged. 334-283-4693, www.tallasseearmoryguards.org


GA-Kennesaw Mountain Trails Workday - Saturday, November 11, 8:30 am to 1:00 pm, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park GA. Kennesaw Mountain Trail Club is a volunteer organization designed to assist with trail maintenance at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park. Trained crew leaders lead teams of volunteers on trail work projects throughout the park. Trail building experience is not necessary. Meet at the new parking lot on Old Highway 41. The Park provides all necessary tools and safety equipment. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is located on the historic driving route of the Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf). 770-427-4686, www.kennesawmountaintrailclub.org (check beforehand concerning possible cancellation due to cold or bad weather).


SC-Free Admission Day at Fort Moultrie - Saturday, November 11, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Fort Moultrie Visitor Center, 1214 Middle Street, Sullivan’s Island SC.  The National Park Service offers FREE admission to ALL parks, monuments and historic sites (whether or not connected to the Civil War) that normally charge an admission fee. This FREE admission day includes Fort Moultrie National Monument near Charleston. Admission to Fort Sumter National Monument is always free although there is charge for the private ferry service to/from the fort. 843-883-3123, \www.nps.gov/fosu


GA-Free Admission Day at Fort Pulaski - Saturday, November 11, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Fort Pulaski National Monument, U.S. Hwy. 80 East, Savannah GA.  The National Park Service offers FREE admission to ALL parks, monuments and historic sites (whether or not connected to the Civil War) that normally charge an admission fee. This FREE admission day includes Fort Pulaski National Monument near Savannah. Admission to Chickamauga National Military Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park and Andersonville National Historic Site is always free. 912-786-5787, www.nps.gov/fopu/index.htm


GA-Guided Tour of Jarrell Plantation - Saturday, November 11, 9:30 to 11:00 am, Jarrell Plantation State Historic Site, 711 Jarrell Plantation Road, Juliette GA. Learn about the Jarrell family, the agricultural operation, and how the switch to industry kept the plantation afloat. Guides may be requested in advance for group tours. Union Major General William T. Sherman’s army visited Jarrell Plantation during their March to the Sea. Directions: Located southeast of Juliette, 18 miles from I-75 Forsyth exit #185 or 18 miles north of Macon exit #171. Admission: $4.00 to $6.50. 478-986-5172, http://gastateparks.org/JarrellPlantation


GA-Civil War History Day - Saturday, November 11, 9:30 am to 5:00 pm, Southern Museum of Civil War & Locomotive History, 2829 Cherokee Street NW, Kennesaw GA. Spend a fun and educational day with weapon demonstrations, hands-on activities, history lectures and much more! The Southern Museum is home to the locomotive “General,” made famous during the “Great Locomotive Chase.” Admission: Adults: $7.50, Seniors (ages 60+) $6.50, Children $4.50, 770-427-2117, www.southernmuseum.org


SC-Civil War Charleston in 3-D - Saturday, November 11, 1:00 to 3:00 pm, The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, 122 Bay Street, Charleston SC. Take a fascinating journey through the depths and dimensions of Civil War Charleston when writer and Civil War photo expert Bob Zeller presents a 3-D program on the city using original period photographs. Zeller will provide the audience 3-D glasses to show the photos the way they were originally taken and meant to be seen. You'll feel as if you can literally step into the tableaus of some of the city's most famous photographs, many reproduced directly from vintage original glass-plate negatives providing unmatched clarity and vividness. Museum admission: Adults $10.00, Children (ages 6 to 12) $5.00. 888-763-0448, oldexchange.org


GA-A Walk Down Memory Lane: The Monuments of Battleline Road - Saturday, November 11, 2:00 to 3:30 pm, Chickamauga Battlefield, 3370 LaFayette Road, Fort Oglethorpe GA.  Join a park ranger for a program exploring the monuments of Battleline Road. Chickamauga Battlefield is located on the historic driving route of the Chickamauga/Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf). FREE admission. 423-752-5213x139, www.nps.gov/chch/


GA-Night Museum - Saturday, November 11, 6:00 to 9:00 pm, Andersonville National Historic Site, 496 Cemetery Road, Andersonville GA.  Experience the National Prisoner of War Museum and the historic prison site after dark during our Night Museum program. The museum will be open for a rare night-time opportunity to view the museum exhibits and experience the prison site. The exhibits, museum and bookstore will be open. At 7:00 p.m. a special program will occur in the museum theater. From the courtyard at the rear of the museum, the path to the prison site will be illuminated by candle lanterns, allowing access to the reconstructed northeast corner of the prison site. Among the replica shelters will be living history volunteers, portraying the often-overlooked winter period of the prison in 1864-65. During this night-time event the prison site tour road and the Andersonville National Cemetery will be closed. FREE admission. 229-924-0343, www.nps.gov/ande


GA-Behind the Scenes Tour - Saturdays, November 11 & 25, 10:15 am, Hay House, 934 Georgia Avenue, Macon GA. Tour all seven levels of this 1850s National Historic Landmark, including the newly restored cupola with its spectacular 360-degree view of Macon! Moderate walking and stair-climbing involved. Tour lasts approximately two hours. Admission: $25.00 (ages 8+ only); reservations required. Directions from I-75: Take I-16 east to Exit #1A, turn south on Spring Street and cross the Ocmulgee River. Hay House is directly ahead at the top of the hill.  478-742-8155, http://www.hayhousemacon.org/museum-tour/behind-the-scenes/


AL-Alabama: The Birth of the Confederacy and Witness to its Final Collapse - Thursday through Saturday, November 16 through 18, Montgomery, Selma, Cahaba, Marion, Ebenezer Church and Plantersville AL. The Civil War left an enduring legacy in Alabama where ideologies ranged from fiery secessionism to ardent Unionism. The first capital of the Confederacy was located in Montgomery. Union supporters in Winston County threatened to secede from the state. Selma saw the late-war Battle of Ebenezer Church and its arsenal manufactured much of the Confederacy’s ammunition. After the Civil War, Reconstruction set the state on a course that would culminate in significant events in the U.S. civil rights movement. We will set forth on a unique tour that will visit sites in and around Montgomery, Selma and Marion, Alabama. Most of these are rarely visited by history enthusiasts. Our tour leader, Norman Dasinger, Jr., is a veteran tour leader of Atlanta Campaign sites and the Civil War in Alabama. Registration: $325.00, plus lodging. 800-298-1861, www.cwea.net/programs/1711-alabama-birth-confederacy-and-witness-its-final-collapse


GA-Historic New Manchester Mill History Hikes - November 17, 19, 24 & 25, Sweetwater Creek State Park, 1750 Mount Vernon Road, Lithia Springs GA. Scenic 90-minute walks to & from the ruins of historic New Manchester Mill. It was destroyed by Federal army soldiers in 1864 during the Atlanta Campaign. Closed-toe sturdy shoes are required. Reservations recommended. November 17 from 5:00 to 6:30 pm, November 19 & 24 from 2:00 to 3:30 pm, November 25 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm and from 2:00 to 3:30 pm. Admission: $5.00 per person plus $5.00 parking. 770-732-5871, http://gastateparks.org/SweetwaterCreek


GA-Trench Warfare in the Civil War - Saturday, November 18, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, Pickett’s Mill Battlefield State Historic Site, 4432 Mount Tabor Church Road, Dallas GA. Did you know Civil War soldiers utilized trenches as a tactic of warfare? As the war developed into its later stages, troops both blue and gray learned quickly that “digging in” was vital to survival. See some of the actual earthworks that were used at the battle, as well as reenactors utilizing a rebuilt and interactive trench. Pickett’s Mill Battlefield State Historic Site is located on the historic driving route of the Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail®. (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf). Admission: $3.00 to $5.50. 770-443-7850, http://gastateparks.org/PickettsMillBattlefield


GA-Battle of Griswoldville 153rd Anniversary Commemoration - Saturday, November 18, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, Griswoldville Battlefield State Historic Site, Baker Road, near Macon GA. Learn about the hastily planned attempt by Georgia militia to halt Union General Sherman’s March to the Sea in November 1864. Civil War soldier life portrayals and Union and Confederate encampments followed with a noon memorial service and battlefield tours. Directions: The battlefield is 10 miles east of Macon, and two miles southeast of the small community of Griswoldville. Griswoldville Battlefield State Historic Site is located on the “Right Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ga-march-to-the-sea.html). FREE admission; donations appreciated to help preserve this historic site. 478-986-5172, http://gastateparks.org/info/246873?c=13025076


GA-Candlelight Hike to the Mill - Saturday, November 18, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, Sweetwater Creek State Park, 1750 Mount Vernon Road, Lithia Springs GA. This one mile-long guided night hike is moderately difficult and goes to the Civil War era textile mill ruins of New Manchester alongside the beautiful rapids of Sweetwater Creek. Candle lanterns are provided. Closed-toe shoes are required. Space is limited. No children under 6 years or dogs permitted. Admission: $5.00 per person plus $5.00 parking; cash only. 770-732-5871, http://gastateparks.org/SweetwaterCreek


GA-American Frontier Days - Saturday & Sunday, November 18 & 19, F.D. Roosevelt State Park, 2970 GA Hwy. 190, Pine Mountain GA. Meet a trapper. Talk to a soldier. Throw a tomahawk. See living skills displays like cooking and blacksmithing from local historians. Walk through time from the mid-1700s through the late 1800s. Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm, Sunday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Parking $5.00. 706-663-4858, http://gastateparks.org/FDRoosevelt


GA-Infantry Demonstrations at Kennesaw Mountain - Sunday, November 19, 11:00 am, 12:00 noon, 2:00 & 3:00 pm, Visitor Center, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, 900 Kennesaw Mountain Drive, Kennesaw GA. Enjoy an interactive infantry demonstration consisting of a step-by-step description and demonstration of basic infantry tactics, culminating in a musket firing. Staff reserves the right to change or cancel events due to inclement weather, staffing issues, or dangerous conditions. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park is located on the historic driving route of the Atlanta Campaign Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/AtlantaCampaignBrochure.pdf). FREE admission. 770-427-4686, www.nps.gov/kemo/


GA-“Bark in the Park” Dog Hikes - November 19 & 24, 1:00 to 2:30 pm each day, Sweetwater Creek State Park, 1750 Mount Vernon Road, Lithia Springs GA. Walk the beautiful trails of the park with your four-legged companion. Enjoy a guided hike by a park ranger alongside the rapids of Sweetwater Creek and view the historic New Manchester Mill. Reservations and sturdy, closed-toe shoes are required. All dogs must be leashed and have proof of rabies vaccination. Admission: $5.00 per person plus $5.00 parking. 770-732-5871, http://gastateparks.org/SweetwaterCreek


GA-Christmas Tours of the Old Governor’s Mansion - November 19 through 30, Old Governor’s Mansion, 120 South Clarke Street, Milledgeville GA. Make plans to visit historic antebellum Milledgeville during the most wonderful time of the year! Georgia’s Old Governor's Mansion will be transformed into a Christmas wonderland and open for Christmas tours. Tour hours are Tuesdays through Saturdays from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. The Mansion will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday between November 23 and 27. The Old Governor’s Mansion is located on the “Left Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ga-march-to-the-sea.html). Admission: Adults $10.00, Seniors (ages 60+) $7.00, Students $2.00. 800-342-0471, www.gcsu.edu/mansion/upcoming-events


GA-Master of Lost Causes - Monday, November 20, 6:00 to 8:00 pm, Snelling Center, 3165 Washington Road, Augusta GA. Dr. Robert Bonner, Chairman of the Department of History at Dartmouth College, will speak during the monthly meeting of the Augusta Civil War Round Table on the life of Confederate Vice President Alexander H. Stephens. This program is re-scheduled from January 2017. Free admission for first time visitors. 706-736-2909, gfy@gwenfulcheryoung.com


GA-Spinning Wool - Saturday, November 25, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, Fort McAllister State Park, 3894 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill GA. Whether you're a long time enthusiast or a first time hand-spinner, come on by and see the different aspects of wool spinning. Learn how wool is spun and what soldiers used it for. Guests will be able to examine many of the tools used by civilians of the Civil War era. Fort McAllister is located at the termination of the “Right Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/MarchToTheSeaBrochure.pdf). Admission $5.00 to $9.00. 912-727-2339, http://gastateparks.org/FortMcAllister


GA-Civil War Medicine - Saturday, November 25, 1:00 to 3:00 pm, Fort McAllister State Park, 3894 Fort McAllister Road, Richmond Hill GA. Learn about some of the many tonics and remedies that doctors and surgeons of the past used to heal ailments and injuries during the Civil War. Our rangers will be using a period correct doctors pack and showing examples of the way surgeons performed amputations, and the medicines used by doctors to treat anything from a toothaches to snake bites. Fort McAllister is located at the termination of the “Right Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ewExternalFiles/MarchToTheSeaBrochure.pdf). Admission: $5.00 to $9.00. 912-727-2339, http://gastateparks.org/FortMcAllister


GA-Madison’s Holiday Tour of Homes - Thursday through Saturday, November 30 through December 2, 10:00 am to 9:00 pm daily, 118 North Main Street, Madison GA. It’s no wonder General Sherman refused to burn the city of Madison some 150 years ago. A magical southern town of more than 100 antebellum homes and buildings, Madison was described before the Civil War as “The most cultured and aristocratic town on the stagecoach route from Charleston to New Orleans.” Madison has long been famous for its historic homes and gardens. Come see the spectacular tour when the historic Antebellum homes are dressed up for the holiday season. Step into a winter wonderland as you move through the Day Tour and Evening Candlelight Tour of Homes. The tours will feature five different historic and private homes not normally open to the public, along with museums and churches. All homes will be beautifully decorated for Christmas. Madison is located on the “Left Wing” historic driving route of the March to the Sea Heritage Trail® (www.civilwarheritagetrails.org/ga-civil-war-trails-map/ga-march-to-the-sea.html). Tickets: $30.00 to $50.00. 706-438-3120, http://visitmadisonga.com/holiday-tour-homes/

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