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Our January 30, 2023 Meeting

Our speaker, Jim Epperson from Ann Arbor, will begin around 7:00 pm after a 6:30 pm business meeting. We must leave the library by 8:45 pm.

The Roundtable is proud to welcome Jim Epperson of Ann Arbor as our January 2023 speaker. Grany, Iuka and Rosecrans
Jim will speak on “Grant and Rosecrans—it all started at Iuka”. Jim will discuss several issues that resulted in a serious breach between the two Union generals that lasted several years after the war ended. The rift began at the Battle of Iuka, Mississippi that occurred on September 19, 1862. General Rosecrans was upset that General Grant’s men did not attack the Confederates.

Jim is a retired mathematics editor with a life-long interest in the Civil War. He maintains three Civil War websites, including Causes of the Civil War, The Siege of Richmond and Petersburg, and Civil War Chronologies. He serves as the webmaster for the Ann Arbor Civil War Roundtable.

Wearing a mask during our meeting is a personal decision. Masks will be available for your personal use.

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MRRT: Who We Are

Image: Who We Are and Our Motto

When & Where We Meet

We meet on the last Monday of the month (except in October, when we go on our Annual Field Trip, and December, when we traditionally do not meet) at the Farmington Community Library, Farmington Branch, 23500 Liberty St. Farmington, MI 48335. (248) 553•0300 Meetings start at 6:30 p.m.

What We Do

We meet monthly to hear from our members on the latest books, issues of preservation, and other items of Civil War interest. At each meeting, a keynote speaker provides a presentation on a Civil War topic. A monthly newsletter is send by email and also snail-mailed to members.

In addition, each October we take our Annual Field Trip, in which MRRT members travel to a Civil War battlefield for a weekend tour. Though the COVID-19 Pandemic has put a damper on our 2020 and 2021r Field Trips, we resumed in 2022.

Join Us—Become A Member

The monthly program is open to all, but only members receive the monthly newsletter and can participate in the MRRT annual field trip. Annual membership dues are $5 for students and $25 for all others. The dues are used to cover expenses for speakers, facilities, preservation and administrative costs. Checks should be made out to Jeanie Graham and can be mailed to her home at 29835 Northbrook, Farmington Hills, MI 48334-2326. The bank does NOT like checks made out to the Roundtable. Our checks may also be brought to our monthly meeting and given to Jeanie. Cash is always welcome.

For information on how to join the MRRT, come visit us at our monthly meeting, or email Jim Burroughs.

Past CWRT Online Lectures / Speakers

Did you know that all of the videos the Civil War Round Table Congress (CWRT) has recorded are available to you on our website? In all, there are well over 200 lectures by authors and historians, living history presentations, interviews with key Civil War community leaders, online classroom discussions and more. These lectures are pre-recorded YouTube-type videos made from the original Zoom presentations. You can browse them here. Be sure to click on the blue links that are in all caps serving as the title for each lecture.