Missouri’s Strategic Importance in “The War Between the States” – New Haven

Event Details

Thursday, May 10, 6:00pm, Location: Old New Haven School (810 Maupin St., New Haven) Missouri had more Civil War armed clashes than most states. Joseph W. “Whit” McCoskrie, a former soldier, is a co-author of “The Civil War Compendium: Almost Unabridged”, a chronological overview of 300 documented engagements, supplemented with extensive photos, maps, biographical sketches and military tactics. McCoskrie’s presentation will highlight Missouri’s strategic importance in the Trans-Mississippi region, including coverage of Price’s Raid and its devastating impact on Franklin County 1864. BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE! RSVP today: Call 573-237-2189, stop by the branch, or register online.

 

Thursday, May 10, 6:00pm,
Location: Old New Haven School (810 Maupin St., New Haven)

Missouri had more Civil War armed clashes than most states. Joseph W. “Whit” McCoskrie, a former soldier, is a co-author of “The Civil War Compendium: Almost Unabridged”, a chronological overview of 300 documented engagements, supplemented with extensive photos, maps, biographical sketches and military tactics. McCoskrie’s presentation will highlight Missouri’s strategic importance in the Trans-Mississippi region, including coverage of Price’s Raid and its devastating impact on Franklin County 1864.

BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!

RSVP today: Call 573-237-2189, stop by the branch, or register online.