Members of the Round Table are knowledgeable in a wide variety of subjects relating to the Civil War and Carroll County History. Some of these topics include:
*Rosser's Raid of 1862
*The Battle of Westminster "Corbit's Charge"
*The Johnson/Gilmore Raid of 1864
*Carroll County Civil War Veterans
*Civil War Artillery
*Military/Civilian Life in the Civil War Era
The Late Unpleasantness Players
The "Late Unpleasantness Players" is a living history program featuring first person perspectives discussing the Civil War including motivations to fight, experiences during the war years, and the aftermath of the war.
The Round Table was asked to perform this program for the Carroll County 182nd Birthday Celebration. This program featured the following roles:
"A Confederate Soldier" - Steven Carney
"A Union Soldier" - Dave Bloom
"Westminster's Mayor" - Ron Kuehne
"A Veteran" - Ned Landis
We also include women's perspectives within the players.
The Pipe Creek Round Table's premier outreach program is the annual Corbit's Charge Commemoration event which is held annually on the last full weekend in June. This event highlights the Civil War in Carroll County and The Battle of Westminster known as "Corbit's Charge."
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In recognition of his tremendous contribution to the preservation of Civil War History in Carroll County, the Pipe Creek Civil War Round Table established the George Thomas "Tom" Legore Memorial Scholarship in 2017. This scholarship is open to high school students within Carroll County, MD.
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G. Thomas "Tom" Legore
Historian and Author