Get in touch with the Cleveland Civil War Roundtable
The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable is a nonprofit, all volunteer historical society and social group founded in 1956 and dedicated to the study and discussion of the American Civil War. Its approximately 120 members range in age from 17 to 94 and reflect every level of historical interest and expertise. The common bond shared by its members is the belief that the Civil War is the defining event of American history. (More on Cleveland Civil War Roundtable history.)
The Roundtable meets over dinner on the second Wednesday of the month from September through May to hear talks by noted Civil War historians and authors as well as by members. Additionally, the Roundtable organizes a field trip each summer to a Civil War battlefield or related site. Recent destinations have included Gettysburg, PA, Fredericksburg, VA, Franklin, TN, Vicksburg, MS and Shiloh, TN. The club is also active in various Civil War educational and preservationist causes and publishes a newsletter, The Charger, each month of the nine-month Roundtable season as well as this web site.
The Cleveland Civil War Roundtable can be contacted via mail at:
P.O. Box 43280
Cleveland, Ohio 44143-0280
or through the Internet depending on the nature of your inquiry:
- Make a Dinner Reservation
- Cancel a Dinner Reservation
- Email us
- Become a Member
- Contact a speaker from the Roundtable Speakers Bureau to speak to your organization
- Give us web site suggestions, corrections and feedback
- Submit an event to be included in our online Events Calendar
Thank you for your interest in the Cleveland Civil War Roundtable. We hope to see you at our next meeting.