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Sorry for the lack of posts over the past few days. I actually managed to buckle down and finish the last chapter of my Crater manuscript. I know at least […]
Here is a little taste from my ongoing Crater project. This short section is from chapter 5 which explores events in Petersburg during the first few decades of the twentieth […]
Anyone who follows news stories involving the Confederate knows all too well that they have been on the rise lately. I’ve been hard pressed to think of a reason as […]
Over at H-CivWar Donald Shaffer reviews John Cimprich’s recent study, Fort Pillow, a Civil War Massacre, and Public Memory (LSU, 2005). I read the book and have to say that […]
I’ve been reading the wartime journal Eliza Frances Andrews, (b. 1840) titled The war-time journal of a Georgia girl, 1864-1865 (1908). Most of it concentrates on events in Georgia, specifically […]