1. Dr. James Ramage; Professor Northern Kentucky University, historian, and

  noted scholar of General John Hunt Morgan’s Great Raid of 1863.

  James A. Ramage Civil War Museum  •  facebook.com/JamesARamage

  1. Sam Waters; founder of the Civil War Preservation Project of Ohio (CWPPO). www.cwppo.org

  2. Raison D’Etre; musical trio

  www.raision3.com    facebook.com/raison3

• Display of Civil War artifacts

  1. Auction of local products and services in addition to Civil War artifacts

  2. The sharing of personal stories, folklore, and tales

Raiders on the Ohio is a 501c3 organization and is seeking tax deductible donations to aid in its effort to preserve the heritage of Ohioans during this historic event.

New Richmond (Clermont County)

April 29, 2017    6:30PM

200 Union St.   New Richmond OH 45157

An all ages event

In an effort to preserve the heritage of General Morgan’s Great Raid of 1863 and how it impacted those living in Ohio during the raid, Raiders on the Ohio is inviting all to share your (family) story or stories you may have heard.

CSA Brigadier General John Hunt Morgan

The city of New Richmond, the Cranston Memorial Presbyterian Church, and Raiders on the Ohio has prepared a very special evening... come to share your heritage, listen to renowned historians, and listen to wonderful music.

What to expect...

We are honored to have Dr. James Ramage as our keynote speaker and namesake of the James A. Ramage Civil War Museum and Sam Waters, noted “digger” who has redefined Morgan’s encampments in Carroll County and located a Confederate grave within Morgan County.