Activities & Programs

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A Thousand May Fall:
Life, Death, and Survival
in an Ethnic Regiment

will be presented live via Zoom web-conferencing.

The event is FREE to attend. Please consider making a small contribution to the
Dan Sickles Civil War Roundtable to help us create and offer more great programs!


Dr. Brian Matthew Jordan is Associate Professor of Civil War History and Chair
of the Department of History at Sam Houston State University.
He is the author or editor of four books, including:
Marching Home: Union Veterans and Their Unending Civil War,
which was a finalist (one of three runners-up) for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in History.
His most recent book is A Thousand May Fall: Life, Death, and Survival in the Union Army,
a Main Selection of the Military History Book Club which earned a starred review from Publishers Weekly.
Jordan earned his Ph.D. at Yale University, where his dissertation garnered
the George Washington Egleston Prize and John Addison Porter Prize.
Since 2014, he has served as the Book Review Editor for The Civil War Monitor.
His more than one-hundred twenty reviews and essays have appeared in the New York Times,
the Daily Beast, Civil War History, The Journal of the Civil War Era, and The Civil War Monitor.
Dr. Jordan is a native of northeastern Ohio.

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Past Programs

a sampling...


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Hays Program.jpg
1st Manassas Program.jpg
August Willich Program.jpg
Greenhow Program.jpg
A Republic in the Ranks.jpg
Extra Billy Smith.jpg
John Bell Hood.jpg
Meade at Gettysburg.jpg


Virginias Monuments.jpg
Lincoln Assassination.jpg
Program Flyer.jpg
Program Flyer.jpg
Liar Temptress Flyer.jpg
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Brown - Draft Riots.jpg
Quinn - The Hills.jpg
Civil War Lovers Guide to NYC.jpg
Lincoln & Border Region.jpg
Base Ball.jpg
Cotton and Race in Making the Civil War.
Col Farrell on Meade.jpg
Lincoln's Power to Pardon.jpg
Shermans Demons.jpg


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Jorgensen Bio and presentation info.jpg
Forts Flyer.jpg
Looking Beyond Death.jpg
A Disease in the Public Mind.jpg