Kennesaw Historical Society
c/o Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History
2829 Cherokee St.
Kennesaw, GA 30144
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All events are FREE to the public, except where otherwise noted
|2015 Lecture Schedule|
|March 14, 2015||Kennesaw Depot; 2:00-3:00||Civil War Medicine Basics, with Paulette Snoby RN|
|April 4, 2015||Kennesaw Depot||Lincoln Assassination symposium, with Robert Jones. (Overview at 2:00; Assassination Conspiracy Theories at 3:00)|
|May 12, 2015||Entranceway to the Southern Museum/5:30||Panel Discussion: Abraham Lincoln: Sinner or Saint? (with Richard Banz, Robert Jones, Martin O'Toole and Glenn Price)|
|June 13, 2015||Kennesaw Depot; 2:00-3:00||Sherman and the Women from Roswell and New Manchester Mills, with author Cathy Kaemmerlen|
|July 11, 2015||Kennesaw Depot; 2:00-3:00||History of the W&A, with David Ibata and Joe Bozeman|
|August 8, 2015||Kennesaw Depot; 2:00-3:00||The End of the Civil War, with Michael Shaeffer|
Panel Discussion: Abraham Lincoln: Sinner or Saint?
On Tuesday, May 12, 2015, the Kennesaw Historical Society is sponsoring a panel discussion entitled Abraham Lincoln: Sinner or Saint?. The panel will consist of Martin O’Toole, Dr. Richard Banz and Glenn Price. The facilitator will be Robert C. Jones.
The panel discussion will be in the entranceway to the Southern Museum at 5:30p. It is free to the public.
Lecture: Sherman and the Women from Roswell and New Manchester Mills - June 13, 2015
On June 13, 2015, the Kennesaw Historical Society is sponsoring a lecture entitled Sherman and the Women from Roswell and New Manchester Mills. The speaker will be Cathy Kaemmerlen, author of General Sherman and the Georgia Belles: Tales of Women Left Behind.
The lecture will be at the Kennesaw Depot starting at 2:00. It is free to the public.
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About the Kennesaw Historical Society
The Kennesaw Historical Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation and presentation of the ongoing history and heritage of the city of Kennesaw (Big Shanty), Georgia. We manage a yearly lecture series in partnership with the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History. The lectures occur on the second Saturday of each month* from March-September from 2:00-3:00p, at the historic Kennesaw railroad depot. Typical topics include the Civil War, railroading, and local history.
To be added to the e-mail list for future events, please send your e-mail address to Robert Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Kennesaw Historical Society, Inc. is officially registered as a nonprofit corporation within the State of Georgia, and is classified 501(c)(3) under the IRS code.
* except September