Founded in 1991, The Civil War Round Table of Acadiana (CWRTA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study, discussion, and commemoration of the American Civil War (1861-1865) in south-central Louisiana — the heart of the Cajun and Creole region known as "Acadiana."

The CSS Cotton battles Union gunboats on Bayou Teche. Source: Harper’s Weekly VII (14 February 1863).

The CWRTA meets in New Iberia, Louisiana, on the third Tuesday of each January, May, and September. Meetings are held at the Little River Inn, 833 E Main St, New Iberia, LA 70560.

The public need not join the CWRTA to attend the meetings. For those interested in becoming members, however, annual membership is $10.00 per individual or $15.00 per couple. Dues are payable each January. 

An optional dinner prepared each meeting by hotel staff is $20.00 per person.

Regardless of your membership status, please let the CWRTA know at least three days in advance of a meeting that you will attend and if you will purchase the optional meal.

Logo of the Civil War Round Table of Acadiana

The CWRTA is a non-profit organization incorporated by the State of Louisiana on 6 February 1991 under charter number 34373481N.