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6-pdrs from Liège - A walk-around

Earlier I introduced this fine bronze cannon and it’s peculiar origin:

This cannon represents the 8th Indiana Battery at Chickamauga.  Let’s do a formal walk around this Belgian cannon, noting the features and markings.  840 more words

American Civil War

Give Me A Minute - How To Fail As A Leader - The Army of Tennessee

I enjoy reading about the Civil War. If you don’t, move on I guess. I wrote an article a few weeks ago about what I think should happen to the monuments that some people want to pull down. 643 more words

Stuff I Write

A trip to Europe, looking at foundries: The 1840 Ordnance Commission

Last week’s post about foreign 6-pdr field guns was a “resource” post, if not an outright setup posting.  Sort of a background discussion leading me up to some points about European cannons and influences upon American designs.  1,271 more words

American Civil War

Battlefields

Have you ever been in a battle? I have not. Although I have been to battlefields. Rolling prairies where memorials, carved chunks of rock, mark the places where great armies once faced off. 817 more words

Want to Know More About Inpatient Drug Rehab near Me Chickamauga GA 30707


Finding or selecting an inpatient drug rehab in Chickamauga GA 30707 may be an intimidating task. Christian rehab provides a unique manner of approaching the issue of drug addiction. 52 more words

THE INCOMPARABLE LIEUTENANT HICKS - Part 4

This is Part 4 of my ongoing series of excerpts from Borden Hicks’ personal account in Glimpses of the Nation’s Struggle. Borden Hicks was a humorous young officer in the 11th Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. 1,340 more words

Research

Symposium Speaker Lineup Change

We wanted to make you aware that we have had to make a change to one of the topics for this year’s symposium.

Due to circumstances beyond his control, Lee White, will be unable to make it to this year’s symposium. 356 more words

Symposium