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The Civil War Round Table of St Louis is a not-for-profit organization for anyone interested in the factual history of the American Civil War era (1861 - 1865).  We are located in St Louis, Mo.  Our meetings about the Civil War include dinner, experts on the Civil War, as well as a social get together for friendly discussions of the Civil War and a trivia contest.  Or, if you prefer, you can come to our speaker's Civil War presentation only. 
We welcome all who are interested in the Civil War whether they live in the metro St. Louis, Missouri or Illinois  area or just visiting. 
For more information - see about us.
Apr. 25, 2018

"Dred Scott:
the Case for Collusion

David T. Hardy

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2801 Telegraph Road

Mehlville (St Louis), MO   63125

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Civil War Trivia

Burial sites of CSA Generals

Of the recognized 425 Generals of the CSA, 356 or 85% are buried in the eleven states of the confederacy. 46 are buried in border states, (KY, WV, OK, MD, MO). Of the remaining 23, 12 are in northern states, 4 are in CA, 4 are buried in Washington DC, and 3 are buried in foreign countries (one in Germany, two in Mexico).

Some of these men 'got around' after death. General Alexander Reynolds died, and was buried, in Alexandria, Egypt. A crypt still has a marker for him there, however no one knows if HE is there. A marker exists for him in TWO spots in the US, one in the churchyard of St. James the Less in Philadelphia, PA, and one in Old Stone Church graveyard in Lewisburg, WV. General Hugh Mercer died in Baden-Baden, and the records for the cemetery there show he is 'still' there (no dis-interrment records exist) but yet there is a stone marker for him in Bonaventure Cemetery in Savannah also

There were six million cases of disease within the troops, meaning that, on average, each soldier
contracted at least two diseases.
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Confederate President Jefferson C. Davis's first wife was Sallie Knox Taylor, daughter of President

Words of Wisdom:

"Act with determination
not to be turned aside
by thoughts of the past
and fears of the future"

-- Robert E. Lee

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Interesting Civil War News & Information


Civil War in Missouri 150 years ago - (click here)


A Missouri resource for more Civil War information - (click here)


Gettysburg photo site - (click here)


Information about becoming a Civil War re-enactor - (click here) 


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