While I am leading a Civil War battlefield tour this coming week for thirteen students another school group will visit Washington, D.C. to observe the Supreme Court in action. As many of you know beginning on Monday morning the court will consider the case of Walker vs. Sons of Confederate […]
Yes, the people who gathered in Lexington, Virginia are incensed about the removal of replica Confederate flags from Lee Chapel. They view it as a threat to their preferred narrative of the history of the Confederacy and the symbolism of the flag both during and after the war. The fact […]
This is the first black Confederate headstone dedication that I’ve come across in quite some time. There is nothing particularly unusual about this story except for the fact that there is no attempt to hide the fact that the individual in question is clearly not a soldier. It couldn’t be […]
When a yankee teacher comes down to Georgia, who you gonna call?
I say Philip Way does more damage to the memory of the Confederate soldier when he appears on television and encourages viewers to steer clear of sound bites and then does just that. I say that H.K. Edgerton disrespects the memory of Confederate soldiers every time he performs his little […]