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Rappahannock Valley Civil War Round Table - Fredericksburg, Virginia



Our July meeting has been cancelled. We are working with Brock’s to resume dinner meetings, with appropriate safety and social distancing protocols, later this summer. RVCWRT is sponsoring a National Park Service intern this year and hopes to award its annual $2,000 scholarship to a deserving intern in September. Our Vice President and Program Chairman, Paul Stier, is lining up some great speakers for 2021. The support of all our members during this difficult and unusual time is greatly appreciated.

For the Interns:

As things start to open up and we hope to be together soon, we are excited in the fact that the interns for the Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park will be coming. They will face new challenges as other interns have not before. We would like to welcome them to Fredericksburg.

For interested interns, under the information tab, you will find a link to the application to apply for the 2020 Intern Scholarship. Please read the instructions for applying.

We hope you have a great summer!

Our Newsletter

The July Edition of the Drum & Bugle is on the web.

Emerging Civil War Symposium

Paul Stier and several other RVCWRT members attended the symposium which was held at Stephenson Ridge on August 2 - 4. Paul has written an excellent recap of the event. To read Paul's article, click here.

Upcoming Events in Our Area

Amid the covid-19 situation, all events are currently cancelled until further notice, CLICK HERE.

2020 Membership

We are always looking for new members. Renew your membership or send a potential new member to the website for more information. Get the details by clicking this link.

Virginians: Speak Out

Ask Your State Legislators to Help Support Battlefield Preservation!!! Attached is a link to how you can help the efforts to get Brandy Station and Cedar Mountain State Park by contacting your legislators. Get the details by clicking this link.

Geoff White Music

Geoff White is from Blowing Rock North Carolina. He has played the fiddle all his life, and has performed in pubs, bars, restaurants, concert halls, and battlefields all across the east coast. Geoff was a member of the bluegrass group Sugar Run for several years. He currently lives in Roanoke. He earned a degree in History from Radford University in 2002. 


Here is the link for the Youtube version, complete with my watermark and opening titles. I ask that you use this version. And please do use it! I'm happy to see so many people getting enjoyment and education from this program.

Thank you so much for your interest and support. Best regards, Geoff