James A. Garfield Civil War Roundtable

We are honored to have with us this year the JAGCWRT who will have a table set up along side the Sutlers in the Ballroom lobby. This is a group of Northeast Ohio lovers of living history, historical interpretation, history and the Civil War. According to Anita Benedetti, aka Lucretia Garfield and Elizabeth Edwards, the mission is to promote and foster a love of history for all by learning more about the Civil War and those who were affected by it. 


Fact: A Sutler is an Army-approved merchant. A vendor has not been necessarily approved by the Army to sell to the soldiers.

Georgia Moore/Sally Klingamon – Vintage Jewelry
Annette Pascal – Bush Babies Farm: spinning demos, sewing, knitting, custom fiber wear (hats, gloves, mitts, etc)
Keely Hopkins – Hopkins and Hopkins Jewelry: Vintage Jewelry, repair, custom creations
The Treat Garden – Keely Hopkins and son: Fresh Baked Goods
Marilyn Sorvas – The Glove Goddess
Karen Jones Mynes, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Ohio Division (will be donating 2 gift baskets)
Jamie Schmotzer, JW Apothecary, LLC. Hand-made herbal salves, lip balms, lotion bars, Woodsman’s Essential Oil Kits.
Elizabeth Bury Rock, Octagon House
Sara McKee – seamstress, hats
Janet Gearhart Fortino – Janet’s Merchantile: antique lace, tatting, silk and cotton dress fabric, vintage jewelry
Potential vendors:
Elizabeth Reeb – pre-used CW clothing, camp items
Keith Kacey Crager – CW sutler
Angela Kay Dodge – Parlor games, cards, board games, English crackers, Victorian papers
Lisa Cray – Hard tack for camp

Announcement for   LADIES DRESSING ROOMS will be updated             

Beginning:   4:00 pm  1st Floor Ballroom Lobby