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Haunted Civil War

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. While my kids were growing up, I enjoyed wearing costumes and going trick-or-treating as much as they did. My house was decked out in black and orange (my high school colors, BTW), rivaling Christmas in the decorations I displayed. 177 more words

Ddi Georgia Postcard 0496085 Chickamauga Battle (Pack Of 750)

Ddi Georgia Postcard 0496085 Chickamauga Battle (Pack Of 750)

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BEHOLD A PALE RIDER: A CIVIL WAR GHOST TALE

TRUE OR NOT?  BIERCE’S TALE OF A “BAFFLED” AMBUSH

Having just spent several years researching the wartime career of Ambrose Bierce, famous short story writer, Civil War soldier and aficionado of the bizarre and supernatural, readers will forgive me if, from time to time I discuss one or another of his tales as they relate to the Civil War.  1,167 more words

Civil War History

Chickamauga's Snodgrass Cabin

With the passing of the anniversary of the Battle of Chickamauga, here’s my In Harm’s Way/Collateral Damage article on the Snodgrass Cabin, which ran in… 1,001 more words

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Top 5 Civil War Battlefields to Visit

1. Gettysburg National Military Park



                                                       2. Antietam National Battlefield

3. Vicksburg National Military Park

4. Chickamauga National Battlefield

5. Shiloh National Battlefield

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Following the Union Army: On the Trail of My Great Grandfather

Sunrise on Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Since traveling to the beautiful place in this picture, and to cloud-shouldered Missionary Ridge to its east–shown in my Heading photograph above–I have been thinking a lot about the individual soldier’s experience of war, and what kind of person my great grandfather was. 1,106 more words

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First Arkansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment, from the Encyclopedia of Arkansas History and Culture

Another Civil War Arkansas entry from the Encyclopedia of Arkansas, this one on the First Arkansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment by Mark Christ of the Arkansas Civil War Sesquicentennial Commission. 1,248 more words