April 26-28, 2012 Hatteras Sesquicentennial Conference Registration
April 26-28, 2012 Hatteras Sesquicentennial Conference Registration

“FLAGS OVER HATTERAS” CONFERENCE is the second phase of our ‘Sesquicentennial Event’ and is scheduled for April 26th – April 28th , 2012. We are featuring three nationally known authors and historians.

Come to a fun filled week at the beach and hear James McPherson, Ed Bearss and Craig Symonds.

Each evening one of them will give their talk following dinner (included in registration fee) at the HatterasVillage Civic Center in Hatteras.

Additional speakers include:

Dr. Patricia Click (professor at the University Of Virginia), Harold (Harri) Jones, (Curator of the African American Civil War Memorial & Museum) KaeLi Schurr (Curator of the Outer Banks History Center), Joseph Schwarzer (Director of the N.C. Maritime Museums), Col. Gary Riggs, (CSA Medical Authority), Drew Pullen (local historian), Danny Couch (local historian), Gerald Roxbury (Civil War Confederate cutlasses authority) and Lee Oxford (historian and authority on “The Capture of the Fanny” and “The Chicamacomico Affair”).

ALSO: Lunch In Rodanthe

Come join us at Noon on Thursday, April 26, 2012 and taste wonderful local, southern cuisine specially prepared by Chef Joel Sardinha. Enjoy hearing about the Civil War events that took place here in Oct. 1 – 5, 1861 by guest speaker, Lee Thomas Oxford, research historian, genealogist and proprietor of Lee Oxford Books & Antiquarian Newspapers, based in Salisbury, Maryland.

The Flags Over Hatteras Committee in conjunction with the R-W-S Civic Association is offering this program to share the unique Civil War history of Rodanthe, Waves, Salvo and to help support these communities that were devastated by Hurricane Irene.

Lee Oxford will present his talk, “Capture of the Fanny and the Chicamacomico Affair.”
For reservations click below:
Come hungry! 

Fare $10.00 per person includes the “Yankee Tax.” Seating will be limited to 60 people.

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