With the addition of the VFH’s Encyclopedia Virginia to my list of advertisers I’ve sold just about every ad space available apart from two 125×125 slots in the right sidebar. EV is the most reliable online encyclopedia for Virginia history and it is still a work-in-progress. The Civil War selections are under the editorial supervision of Peter Carmichael of Gettysburg College. You should also check out the EV companion blog as well as their page devoted to the Civil War Sesquicentennial.

I couldn’t be more pleased with this ad program.  The advertisers represent a nice selection of useful resources that are both paid and free.  Most importantly, I haven’t had to sacrifice the integrity of the site to pull it off.  I hope you agree.

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