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North Country Civil War Round Table

The North Country Civil War Round Table, sponsored by the St Lawrence County Historical Association, is an informal discussion group that centers on the Civil War period. Each meeting focuses on a particular topic related to the Civil War and emphasizes the North Country's role in that turbulent era. The Round Table is free and open to the pubic and light refreshments will be served.

  • Sunday, September 24, 2:00 PM - H.L. Hunley - Confederate Submarine

    Round Table member and US Navy veteran Ron Day will speak about the Confederate submarine Hunley, which was sunk off the coast of South Carolina during the Civil War. The Hunley has since been found and raised, and is on exhibit in Charleston, SC.

  • Sunday, October 29, 2:00 PM - TBA
  • Sunday, November 19, 2:00 PM - TBA

Finding Aid

The SLCHA Archives has recently released a downloadable finding aid for Civil War information

Civil War Graves Project

Links

Cassidy Percoco, Collections Manager and CWRT Coordinator

Cars of US Military RR, and bridge built by Soldiers. Orange and Alexandria RR

Cars of US Military RR, and bridge built by Soldiers. Orange and Alexandria RR

Mathew Brady photo

National Archives item 524604

The St Lawrence County Historical Association at the Silas Wright House is open Tuesday through Thursday noon to 4 pm, Friday noon to 6 pm and Saturday 10 am to 4 pm. Admission to the museum is free; admission to the archives is free for members and children, $2.50 for college students, and $5 for the general public.The St Lawrence County Historical Association is located at 3 East Main Street, Canton. Parking is available in the back of the SLCHA, next to the museum's main entrance.

The St Lawrence County Historical Association is a membership organization open to anyone interested in St Lawrence County history. For more information, or to become a member, call the SLCHA at 315-386-8133 or e-mail. Exhibits and programs are made possible in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.