Jones - Imboden Raid, Cheat River Bridge

The Mason-Dixon Civil War Round Table of Morgantown, West Virginia is pleased to announce that its annual Civil War Symposium will be held Saturday, April 5, 2014. The Symposium will be held at the West Virginia University Erickson Alumni Center. Registration begins at 8:30 AM with presentations beginning at 9:10 AM. The Symposium speakers (with topics) are: Charles Knight (New Market), Dave Phillips (Jesse Scouts), Dr. John Rathgeb (Hospital Development in the Civil War) and Scott Patchan (The Army of West Virginia and the Last Battle of Winchester). The Symposium registration includes not only these excellent speakers but many Civil War displays and exhibits, book sales by prominent authors, a breakfast buffet and lunch and a year’s subscription to our monthly newsletter delivered electronically. The registration cost is $30. To register, please send a check to Professor Jack Bowman, 28 Vintner Place, Morgantown, WV 26505. Be sure to include your name, mailing address and email address. Your email address will be used to include you in our newsletter mailings.

Check out a West Virginia Tourism web site identifying Civil War histories in West Virginia:

The Center for Civil War Photograhy 

The Center for Civil War Photography was founded in 1999 and since then has become one of the leading resources for Civil War photography.  The Mission of the Center is:

•       To educate the public about Civil War photography, its role in the conflict, and its rich variety of forms and formats;
•       To digitally secure original images and preserve vintage prints;
•       To enhance the accessibility of photographs to the public;
•       To present interpretive programs that use stereoscopic and standard images to their fullest potential.

The Center is a non-profit organization; our members receive discounts to our annual Image of War seminar and also receive our newsletters.  The CCWP has produced 3-D presentations running in museums throughout the country.  Here is a brief sample of one of our anaglyph 3-D shows:


 The web site for the Civil War Photography is