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Mystery Monday: The Disappearance of George McClellan: Becoming Officer McClellan, the Farcical Moon Affair, and a Bribery Scandal in Denver


George R. McClellan left Hanson, Mass. for Denver in the fall of 1879 without a particular business venture in mind. He had burned his bridges with former partner F.W. 6,778 more words

America's Most Significant Election

The pundits have already weighed in on the fact that this November’s presidential election might be one of the most significant presidential elections in our country’s history. 973 more words

History And Politics

Question of the Week: 7/11-7/17/16

Did Abraham Lincoln’s view of not using the Tidewater Peninsula as an invasion route unnecessarily prolong the war?

Did McClellan’s mismanagement keep Union forces from using it, and thus allow Lee to operate in Northern Virginia where the Confederate commander wanted to?


Mystery Monday: The Disappearance of George Roderic McClellan: His Roots

Imogene (Everson) McClellan was an avid genealogist. About 1903, several years after her husband George Roderic McClellan disappeared, Imogene began compiling her own genealogy. While doing so, she wrote on a small slip of paper all that she could remember about George McClellan’s immediate family, and gave it to her daughter Lillian McClellan. 1,603 more words


Mystery Monday: The Disappearance of George Roderic McClellan

Part One: Family Traditions: The Disappearance of George Roderic McClellan

My grandmother’s house, the childhood home of my father, has been in the family for several generations. 563 more words


Glory III - After Action Report

by Tom Thornsen

Designer:  Richard Berg

Publisher: GMT Games

“Awesome Bob” and I have both had this game in our collections for some time and finally decided to break open the box and try the system.   4,554 more words

Civil War

Alenia C-27J Spartan

@McClellan Airfield, Sacramento, CA

March 2016

While photographing the aerial demonstrations of the 2016 Aerial Firefighting International conference, I caught this Coast Guard Spartan (still wearing an Air Force paint scheme) climbing out after takeoff.  71 more words