Speakers Bureau - Trevor Steinbach

Masonic Bio & Travel Information

Bio -  Bro Steinbach has spent 25 years in Civil War Medical Reenacting, published over 200 articles on Civil War Medicine, is the current Secretary Armistead-Bingham Lodge 1862  under the Grand Lodge of Wisconsin and Batavia Lodge 404. He is Past Master of Armistead-Bingham and Batavia Lodge 404, a Past Excellent High Priest, Past Eminent Commander, member El-Jaala Grotto, Tebala Shrine and the Valley of Chicago Scottish Rite. He's been a 25 year mason in Illinois & 20 years in Wisconsin.


Travel -  Can travel 3-5 hours from Batavia, Illinois (I am semi-retired Principal/Tech Coordinator) - no cost for Illinois lodges, non Illinois lodges $50.00 for expenses.


Contact him directly at:

Email -   drbucher@hotmail.com

 


Website:

https://www.facebook.com/trevor.steinbach 


www.17thcorpsfieldhospital.blogspot.com 

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Lectures & Talks

Masonry and the Civil War

Masonry and the Civil War

Masonry and the Civil War

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Explores the Civil War from the unique perspective of Freemasonry.

1 Hour

Dr Bucher - Medical Mason

Masonry and the Civil War

Masonry and the Civil War

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A presentation on Dr. Charles Bucher, the only MD to come out of Batavia, IL who was also a Freemason and was involved in the Civil War.
1 Hour

Marcellus Jones & the First Shot at Gettysburg

Marcellus Jones & the First Shot at Gettysburg

Marcellus Jones & the First Shot at Gettysburg

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The tale of Marcellus Ephraim Jones who is reported as being the soldier who fired the first shot at the Battle of Gettysburg.

1 Hour

Masons in the Military

Marcellus Jones & the First Shot at Gettysburg

Marcellus Jones & the First Shot at Gettysburg

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A presentation exploring the many facets of Freemasons in the Military and their contributions. 

1 Hour