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Dr. Montgomery's Lecture Itinerary

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UPCOMING LECTURE DATES

September 5, 2018

Julia Jackson Chapter # 141, U. D. C., Fort Worth

11:00 am - 11:00

Diamond Oaks Country Club, Haltom City

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September 5, 2018

Julia Jackson Chapter # 141, U. D. C., Fort Worth

Speaking at the Julia Jackson Chapter # 141, U. D. C., Fort Worth with a Presentation on “The Confederate Chaplain.”

11:00 am - 11:00

Diamond Oaks Country Club, Haltom City

September 17, 2018

Robert E. Lee Camp # 239 of Forth Worth

6:00 pm

Ol South Pancake House, 1309 University, Ft. Worth, Texas

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September 17, 2018

Robert E. Lee Camp # 239 of Forth Worth

Speaking at the Robert E. Lee Camp # 239 of Forth Worth,  with a Presentation on “Julia Ward Howe & The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”  

6:00 pm

Ol South Pancake House, 1309 University, Ft. Worth, Texas

October 8, 2018

3rd Regiment Arkansas Infantry Camp #246, El Dorado, Arkansas

6:30 pm

Barton Public Library, 200 E 5th St, El Dorado, Arkansas

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October 8, 2018

3rd Regiment Arkansas Infantry Camp #246, El Dorado, Arkansas

Speaking at the 3rd Regiment Arkansas Infantry Camp #246, El Dorado, Arkansas, with a Presentation on “Julia Ward Howe & The Battle Hymn of the Republic.”  

6:30 pm

Barton Public Library, 200 E 5th St, El Dorado, Arkansas

October 20, 2018

United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter # 6, Dallas

10:30 am

TBA

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October 20, 2018

United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter # 6, Dallas

Speaking at the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Chapter # 6, Dallas, with a Presentation on “TBA.”  

10:30 am

TBA

November 7, 2018

Alamo City Guards Camp #1325 of San Antonio

6:00 pm

Luby’s Cafeteria, 911 N. Main at I 35 South in San Antonio, Texas.

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November 7, 2018

Alamo City Guards Camp #1325 of San Antonio

Speaking at the Alamo City Guards Camp #1325 of San Antonio, with a Presentation on “Julia Ward Howe & The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” 

6:00 pm

Luby’s Cafeteria, 911 N. Main at I 35 South in San Antonio, Texas.

Lecture Topics

Lecture Topics by Richard Lee Montgomery

Confederate General Topics

 "The Black Confederate"        
“The Confederate Chaplain”
“The Culture of the Confederate States”
"Another Look at Six Myths in the Lost Cause"
"The Enlisted Confederate Soldier"
" Martyrs For The Confederate Cause"
"The Confederate Military Cadet"
"Flags Of The Confederacy"
"Sectional Differences Between the North and the South"
"The Texas Revolution to the Seventh State of the Confederacy"
"The Christianity of Thomas Jonathan Jackson"
"The Southern Baptist Convention & The Confederate States"
"From Tariff's to Secession"
"It Was Also A Theological War"
"Fort Sumter"
"Was God On The Side Of The North?" 
"Revival In the Southern Army"
"Lincoln's Crimes Against the U. S. Constitution" civil war lectures historical preservation

Confederate Women

 "Women Serving the Confederate States of America" 

Yankee Politicians

"Abraham Lincoln: His Religion & Views On Race"
"Lincoln's Tyranny"
​"Lincoln's Crimes Against the U. S. Constitution" 

Yankee General Topics

 "Union Soldiers & Their Yankee Atrocities"
"The Hard Hand Of War" 

Yankee Women

 "Julia Ward Howe: The Battle Hymn of the Republic" 

Where I Have Lectured

Where Richard Lee Montgomery has Lectured

Arkansas

 Third Regiment Arkansas Infantry Camp #246 of El Dorado 

Oklahoma

General Stand Watie Camp #149 of Mannsville


Gov/Capt Benjamin F. Smallwood #2259 of Coalgate 


Pvt. William Price Camp #2284 of Loco 

South Carolina

S.C.V. Camp,  The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, Charleston 


Texas

Col. Middleton Tate Johnson Camp #1648 of Arlington

Robert E. Lee Camp #239 of Fort Worth 

Rockwall Cavalry Camp #2203 of Rockwall 

A.H. Belo Camp #49 of Dallas

William H. L. Wells Camp #1588 of Plano

E. W. Taylor Camp #1777 of Bedford

Ross' Texas Cavalry Camp #965 of Terrell

Gov. Samuel W. T. Lanham Camp #586 of Weatherford

Sam Davis Camp,  Three Mountain Retreat, Clifton

Captain Bob Lee Camp #2198 of Bonham

Albert Sidney Johnston Camp #983 of Decatur

Lt. Alexander Cameron Camp #2226 of Greenville

J.  M.  Matt Barton Camp #441 of Sulphur Springs

Stonewall Jackson Camp #901 of Denton

Oran M. Roberts Camp #178 of Waxahachie

John H Reagan #2156 of Palestine

Lucy Holcombe Pickens Chapter #2615 (UDC) of Denton

Texas Terry Rangers Camp #1937 of Cleburne

Major James Innes Randolph #2255 of Willow Park

W. H. Howdy Martin Camp #1241 of Athens

General Sam Bell Maxey Camp #1358 of Paris

Order of the Confederate Rose, Red River Rose #52 of Gainesville

 Colonel W. H. Parsons #273 Military Order of the Stars & Bars of Ennis

 Col. William H. Griffin #2235 of Haltom City

 General W. L. Cabell #1313 of Dallas

 Colonel A. M. Hobby #713 of Corpus Christi

 Second Texas Frontier #1904 of De Leon

 General Felix H. Robertson Camp #129 of Waco

 Brigadier General John Creed Moore #578 of Gatesville

Brig. Gen. Richard Montgomery Gano Camp #2292, Grapevine

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