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Modern Photography: Antietam's Rising Sun

I stood amidst a swarm of people, all gathering in the still darkness, some talking softly to one another, others quietly contemplating the gravity of the moment.   290 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

RESEARCH: A valuable clue for my story I didn't even know I needed

When I was researching the history that forms the background of my Civil War WIP, I found all kinds of treasures at the Maryland Historical Society’s H. 387 more words


Epic Antietam, The Bloodiest One-Day Battle — Epic Family Trips

Our next stop was Antietam National Battlefield. Though much smaller than Gettysburg, Antietam was no less powerful. The post Epic Antietam, The Bloodiest One-Day Battle appeared first on Epic Family Trips.

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Family Travel

WRITING: Maureen's world

Writers create their own little worlds when they envision their stories. This is especially true for fantasies, fairy tales and those wonderful small town stories we have always loved. 266 more words


Five Still Standing

December 7, 2016, Prescott-

Seventy-five years have passed.

It was the second attack by foreign military

on U.S. soil, in our nation’s history.

A third would follow, fifty-seven years later. 127 more words


The Perfect Christmas Gift

If you are looking for the perfect Christmas gift, look no further. Buy that special someone an admission to the Fourth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge. 450 more words


The Irish Brigade at Antietam

I’ve written before about the Irish Brigade in the American Civil War. At Antietam, I found their monument.

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