San Francisco Civil War Round Table Meeting
                            Thursday 17th April 2014
                       at the United Irish Cultural Center
                       2700 45th Avenue, San Francisco
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                   The Seven Days Battle Before Richmond
                                                presented by
                                     Ken Bruce

Have you ever wondered how different the outcome of the War Between the States would have
been had Lincoln NOT relieved General McClellan from command after he pulverized Lee’s
Army of Northern Virginia at Malvern Hill during the Seven Days Battle before Richmond?  Join
us on April  17th for another look at these moments in history.



















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                                       Entree Choices

                 Baked Half Chicken with Mushroom Sauce @ $33.00
                 Baked Lasagna @ $28.00
                 Vegetarian Pasta @ $28.00

    Entrees are accompanied by  salad, fresh vegetables, potatoes, rolls and butter,
    dessert, coffee (regular or decaffeinated), or tea.  

   [ Note: the above prices include gratuity, sales tax and room charge.]

              Please mail a check, indicating your choice of entree, to

    Mary Kunitake, 153 Exeter Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070

    to arrive before Monday, April 47th.
    (Phone: 650 270 4491)
    Please make checks payable to "SF Civil War Round Table."


    6:00pm  no-host cocktails
    6:45pm  dinner
    7:45pm program

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           Visit us on the Web at www.sfcwrt.com
Historian Ken Bruce graduated Cum Laude from
San Jose State University, where he earned his
Bachelor and Masters degrees, and for the next
forty-two years enjoyed a vigorous exchange of ideas
with his students in the classroom.  He taught at Los
Altos High School while earning his Masters degree
after which he joined the De Anza College History
Department in 1968. He is not only a historian but a
lecturer and writer with a unique and irreverent style
in presenting the ongoing saga of history.  
Furthermore, for many years he has led group tours
to major historic sites throughout the United States
and is a published author of a monograph on the
Roaring Twenties. With his historic appraisal of
people and politics, he explains the relevance of the
past as it helps us to shape the events of the future.