Civil War: North Carolina
Oxford to Speak at Luncheon on Site of 1861 Camp Live Oak
Oxford to Speak at Luncheon on Site of 1861 Camp Live Oak

Come join us at Noon on 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 at Rodanthe, NC 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.”

Come hungry!
Fare $10.00 per person includes the “Yankee Tax.” Seating will be limited to 60 people.
For reservations go to and find the link  at the center of the page.

For more information, contact George Mead at 252-564-2667 or OR contact the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum at 252-986-2995

How to Get There: Good Winds Seafood and Wine Bar is located in Rodanthe on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. The restaurant is located sound side, roughly at Milepost 40 and is upstairs inside the Waves Village, Kitty Hawk Kites, Kite Boarding Resort.

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