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They Too Needed Emancipation: Remembering the Common Confederate Soldiers

Monument to the 11th Mississippi on Seminary Ridge, Gettysburg

Friends of Padre Steve’s World,

Today I drove home from Gettysburg after walking as an infantryman would have the battlefield in order to better get a feel for what the soldiers of both sides experienced. 802 more words


Battlefield Markers & Monuments: What's On The Blog Series Header?

What’s the small battlefield monument image on the blog series header?

Short Answer: 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument at Gettysburg National Military Park.

Located at The Angle on Cemetery Ridge, this monument is actually one of two at Gettysburg for the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry. 666 more words

Battlefields & Historic Places

What lies beneath

Peaceful. Scenic. Picturesque.

Those are the words that cross my mind as I gaze at this photo I took recently.

An idyllic late summer day in beautiful countryside. 845 more words



Leadership Transformational Speech Exercise Assignment: Create a brief leadership speech for the following situation. You are a reliably new Lt. Colonel in the Union Army during the Civil War. 216 more words

Academic Papers

Sandra Merville Hart Talks about A Rebel in My House

What happens when a Yankee woman in Pennsylvania finds a wounded Confederate soldier on her doorstep in the midst of battle? Find the answer in Sandra… 981 more words

Author Interview

Civil War U.S. Christian Commission

The War Between the States began in 1861. To meet the spiritual needs of Federal soldiers facing death, the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) established the United States Christian Commission on November 14, 1861. 210 more words

Sandra Merville Hart

Blog Tour Stop on Jubilee Writer

I’m thrilled to be a guest today on Jubilee Writer, Cindy Ervin Huff’s blog. I talk about my newest Civil War romance, some little-known Civil War facts, and the person who gives me the greatest support. 6 more words

Sandra Merville Hart