Notices and Updates

Beginning January 2023

Cost of meals at County Seat will increase to $20 for members and $24 for guests.
** As supply and availability issues continue our invitation fliers will not always include the menu. As soon as County Seat can provide one, we will send a second email notice and post below. 

Membership Dues:

2023 Dues are Due, $25 individual / $35 family
Dues can be paid at the January meeting, mailed to PCWRT 
PO Box 1144, Powhatan VA. 23139 or on the "Store" page of this website.

Book Auction

The Civil War Roundtable has acquired a collection of interesting books, in excellent condition, that will make great additions to your Civil War library.  Click here for a list of the books available for bidding.  

To bid-
*Please identify the book (by title) and the amount you are bidding. (Some books are duplicate, hardcover and softcover so please specify.)
*Send your bid to (both) [email protected] and [email protected]
*Please include in the Subject line "Civil War Book Bid." (Bids will not be made public to other bidders).
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-Minimum bid is $8.00 or one third of book list price, whichever is greater.
-Bidding will be closed at the end of each month. The highest bid received by midnight of the last day of the month will win the book.   The winner will be notified by email.
-Please send a check for the book(s) to Powhatan Civil War Roundtable.. If books require shipment, they will shipped via UPS and the bidder will be responsible for the cost.
-An updated listing will be posted to the website with “Posting Date”.
**Contact Bill Shockley,[email protected], with any questions.

 Reminders


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

Happening this Month

February 16, 2023

Powhatan Civil War Roundtable Meeting

County Seat Restaurant, Powhatan, VA

Menu

February 16, 2023
 
Fried Chicken, vegetables, salad, and desert.

PLEASE RSVP to Trish Minter by February 12  cell number: 804-836-3298
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 her 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 RSVP.
$20 members, $24 non-members

A little more about our program...

The topic: “Mosby’s Raids in Civil War Northern Virginia” The most famous Civil War name in Northern Virginia—other than General Lee—belongs to Colonel John Singleton Mosby, the Gray Ghost. His early life characterized by abuse of childhood bullies, a less-than-outstanding academic career, and even a brief incarceration, Mosby stands out among nearly one thousand generals who served in the war. Even though Mosby was opposed to secession, he joined the Confederate army as a private in Virginia, and quickly rose through the ranks. He became celebrated for his raids and was a feared partisan guerrilla in the North and a nightmare for Union troops protecting Washington City. Come learn more about Mosby and his raids.   

Past Programs

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