"1862—THE PARTNERSHIP OF LEE AND JACKSON: THE HIGH TIDE OF THE CONFEDERACY"
Presented by Jim Standbery
Meet Our Speaker:
Jim Standbery is a history professor at Los Angeles Harbor College, where he also served as faculty president, and won many outstanding teacher awards. Jim is past assistant
editor of Civil War Regiments, and the current Vice President of the Board
of Directors for the Drum Barracks Civil War Museum. He is also active in
the Civil War Round Tables of Pasadena and Orange County, as well as in the
San Pedro Historical Society. Jim has published articles on western theater
Civil War strategy, and has spoken widely on Civil War topics.
Jim is the author of “The California 2000 Campaign: The Populist Movement With A
Meaning For All America.” Jim holds a B.A. (UC Berkeley) and M.A.
(CSU Long Beach.) He also served two years in the Peace Corps.