Keeping History Alive
Keeping History Alive
Passing on to the next generation our passion for the history and heartbreak of the war that had the capacity to either destroy or galvanize and unify our great nation.
Passing on to the next generation our passion for the history and heartbreak of the war that had the capacity to either destroy or galvanize and unify our great nation.
Unknown Soldier
Unknown Soldier
Battlefield
Battlefield
Thirteen Wore Gray, The Rest Blue
Thirteen Wore Gray, The Rest Blue
This book grew out of a topic in the Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table’s (TVCWRT) spin-off discussion group, the “Little” Round Table Thirteen Wore Gray, The Rest Blue

Simplified Membership Form:

The Membership form has been simplified for users who wish to renew their membership for the new year. Your dues, as well as any contributions, are tax deductible.  If you’d like a receipt for your records, contact Treasurer Lee Hattabaugh from the Board Members page! Annual dues are $30; this includes two adult members, and children (who will receive student memberships). Membership is also free for any students, Elementary through Undergraduates.

A message from our President:

Welcome to your Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table! Thank you for visiting www.tvcwrt.org to browse among the ongoing programs. While you’re there, check out the gallery of photos. Or mark your calendar for a meeting. I’m sure you’ll find something that catches your eye, whatever your interest in this period of U.S. history.As your president, I offer my energy as an American citizen interested in our national civil war experience. Part of that energy, with our Board of Directors, will go toward new initiatives in 2015. For example, we’re partnering with history classes at University of Alabama at Huntsville to offer speakers and field trips to a younger audience.Also, we’re expanding our speaker range to include cultural topics of the civil war era. And due to popular demand, we may continue our well-attended Civil War commemorations as annual events, even after closure of the 1861-1865 Sesquicentennial in 2015. Watch the web site for details.

On a personal note, I answered the “call to arms” to join the Round Table about five years ago. I’m a descendant of Nicholas Codori, whose farm stood in the center of fighting on July 3, 1863, in Gettysburg. I realized I needed to give back to the community and to learn about my own legacy.

Whether you’re from north or south, east or west, or anywhere around the globe–come learn with us in a nonpartisan setting. We always welcome new guests and new members and new volunteers. We hope to see you soon,

Carol Codori

President

We meet the second Thursday of every month except December at the Elk’s Lodge, 725 Franklin Street SE, in Huntsville, Alabama. Usual attendance is over 100. A reasonably-priced buffet style meal begins at 5:30 p.m. and our free program at 6:30 pm. Organizational announcements precede the program that begins at 6:45 P. M. typically, the program will last an hour. If you would like to make a presentation, please get in touch with me or our director of programs. If your passion is already the Civil War, or if you’re just starting your journey into that past, TVCWRT wants you! Thanks again for visiting our site.  I look forward to hearing your suggestions and comments, and please do join us!

OUR CIVIL WAR ROUND TABLE (CWRT) MEMBER RECIPROCITY POLICY

The Tennessee Valley Civil War Round Table (TVCWRT) has a policy of member privilege reciprocity to members of all other Civil War Round Tables. Accordingly, active members of other roundtables are eligible for member-specific pricing on any tours and special events sponsored by the TVCWRT.

“Thanks for your Support.”