Our annual 2017 Civil War Christmas will be held Thursday, November 30th through Saturday, December 2nd!! For a full schedule of the weekend’s events, please see below or download a schedule here. You can also find more information and updates for each day on the Center’s Facebook page.
Dr. James Broomall will present, “The Materials of War: Confederate Cloth and Clothing from Home and Abroad” at the Frederick County Civil War Roundtable in Frederick, MD on Thursday, January 18, 2018.
On Friday, February 9, 2018, Shepherd alumnus, Mike Galloway, will lead an evening campfire event focusing on the life of a soldier during the Civil War. The event will take place in the backyard at the George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War located at 136 W. German Street, Shepherdstown, WV. Full details to follow soon.
On April, 10, 2018, Dr. James Broomall will be the keynote speaker at the Stonewall Jackson Civil War Roundtable in Clarksburg, WV. Dr. Broomall will present, “A Debatable Ground: The Potomac River Valley’s Civil War.”
The George Tyler Moore Center will host a lecture presented by Travis Shaw, Public Programs Coordinator at the Mosby Heritage Area Association. The lecture will focus on the Potomac Home Guard and will take place in Shepherdstown, WV on Wednesday, April 18, 2018. More information to follow.
In July 2018, Dr. James Broomall will be a featured guest on local author Bob O’Connor’s podcast, “Chronicles of the American Civil War.” Once a release date is available we will post it and the link to listen in on our site and Facebook page.
On September 8, 2018, the George Tyler Moore Center is proud to partner with Antietam National Battlefield and the Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College to present a day-long event focusing on the culture of commemoration, violence, and memorialization that grew out of the Civil War. The day’s events will take place in Shepherdstown, WV and Sharpsburg, MD and will include Antietam National Battlefield. More information will be posted in early spring 2018.