- A Civil War Witch Hunt: George Gordon Meade, The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Joint Committee on the Conduct of the War
- “The stain of innocent blood had been removed from the land”: 150th of the Hanging of the Lincoln Conspirators
- A Visit to Charleston in the Wake of Tragedy
- Who Won the Sesquicentennial?
- The Mud Creek Line-Remembering What the Soldiers Forgot
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With the visit of the L’Hermione to the east coast of the United States this summer, there has been a heightened interest in the Franco-American alliance that won the American Revolution. The French rebuilt the L’Hermione not only for its … Continue reading
When one heads to the Historic Triangle of Jamestown-Williamsburg-Yorktown, Virginia becoming immersed in early American History is almost a given. At the same time, when one is looking for fashion in the area, the Premium Outlets in Williamsburg would usually … Continue reading
The first week of any job can be a difficult, especially for an intern. Thankfully my first week at Stones River went smoothly … except for one or two challenges. The internship program at Stones River is enjoyably different from … Continue reading
Over the past four years I have been blessed with many opportunities to work with the National Park Service. I spent two summers as an intern in Fredericksburg, VA and another two at George Washington Birthplace. And though I will … Continue reading
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It will be hard to describe in modern terms the celebrity of Marie-Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier de Lafayette, Marquis de Lafayette (aka LaFayette) in 18th century America. The young Marquis was fascinated with the American ideal of … Continue reading
Today, we are pleased to welcome back guest author Drew Gruber As students of Civil War we are excited when ‘new’ objects surface which add character, detail and color to our overall narrative. It is especially exciting when these objects … Continue reading
Part Two With an excess of officers in the Continental Army and little prospect of getting a field command, James Monroe resigned his commission in 1779. He became a Lieutenant-Colonel of Virginia forces, but was unable to recruit enough … Continue reading