Just a quick note for those of you who may have been just a bit confused when logging onto Civil War Memory today.  You will notice that the blog is no longer the default landing page.  I am beginning to think of Civil War Memory as more than just a blog.  It’s still the core of the site, but you will notice that I created a page for my forthcoming book on the Crater and I hope at some point soon to create a page for some of my favorite classroom lesson plans.  I want this site to be a resource for k-12 history teachers and others in the field.  It should also more effectively reflect my own work as a teacher, public speaker, and historian.

I am still in the beginning stages of thinking through this shift in focus so be prepared for continuous changes to the site and perhaps a few breakdowns.  Of course, I would love to hand this project over to a professional, but I simply do not have the funds for it, so I will rely on my own meager web skills.

Feel free to offer suggestions.

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  1. Does this have anything to do with the fact that the archives are now inaccessible? I’m new to your site and have been enjoying reading past articles and comments. They’ve been quite informative.

    • Hi Michael,

      I promise to get that back up and running by the end of the day. Sorry about that.

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