Notices and Updates

Membership Dues:

2024 Dues, $30 individual / $40 family
Dues can be paid at the meeting or mailed to:
PO Box 1144, Powhatan VA. 23139 


The Civil War Roundtable has a collection of interesting books, in excellent condition, that will make great additions to your Civil War library or as a gift. 

**Contact Daniel Dos Santos at [email protected], with any questions. 


- Please consider donating to our silent auction…Civil War memorabilia and books, Richmond history, etc.

Happening this Month

April 18, 2024

Powhatan Civil War Roundtable Meeting


April 18, 2024
Ham, Scalloped Potatoes, Honey Glazed Carrots or Green Beans, Surprise Dessert & Salad Bar.
PLEASE RSVP to Bill Shockley by April 14. cell number: 804-245-3822
email: [email protected]

Reservations received after the deadline may be offered soup/salad instead of the hot meal if hot meal quantities are limited. Also let him know if you prefer soup and salad.  Please RSVP, then send your checks to our postal address below. 
Don’t depend on your check only as your

$20 members, $24 non-members

A little more about our program...

Our speaker is NATHAN HALL. 

Nathan Hall is an interpretive ranger at Richmond National Battlefield and Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site. He received his undergraduate degree in history from VCU and worked locally at the Valentine Museum. Nathan received his master's degree from Louisiana State University writing a thesis examining the identity of Chief Justice John Marshall as a Federalist in the South and in Thomas Jefferson's Virginia. He worked for the National Park Service at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, site of the Battle of New Orleans in the War of 1812. Nathan has returned to his hometown and continues to research the history of Richmond in the times of secession, Civil War, and Reconstruction.

28th Annual Park Day

 April 6, 2024

The 28th Annual Park Day sponsored by the American Battlefield Trust where volunteers help keep historic sites and battlefields clean, open and accessible for the enjoyment of all.

To find out more go to

"Steadfast to the Last": A Guided Driving Tour Farmville, VA

April 27, 2024 from 1:00pm-4:30pm

The Appomattox-Petersburg Preservation Society proudly announces:
Steadfast to the Last: A Guided Drive Tour Farmville, VA
as we lead you on a scenic and historical tour of the greater Farmville area, exploring some of the oft-overlooked aspects of the waning days of the Appomattox Campaign.

More Info:

A Devilish Entanglement

May 4 and 5 
Wilderness Run Vineyards

The 160th Anniversary of the Battle of the Wilderness
An opportunity for the public to visit with living historians portraying famous participants in the battle, to include Gen. Grant and many members of his command

More Information

Past Programs

March 2023

January 2023 - In addition to our program, we celebrated Max Travis, founding member of the club who has entertained and educated us all through the accounts of his family history and his knowledge of this period of history.

November 2022 - we had the pleasure of hearing member Mike Hall talk about his ancestor in the war