Category Archives: Photography

Atop Munshower’s Knoll

The 7th Massachusetts and Sedgwick Monument at Gettysburg.

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A Cat Man: Mr. Lincoln

There are times when research seems repetitive. Battles, generals, troop movements, the effects of one thing upon another, and on and on. It is an endless stream, and once one dips one’s toes in it, either you want to do … Continue reading

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Snowy Stonewall

Stonewall Jackson monument Chancellorsville National Battlefield

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A Peek at No Turning Back

I wrapped up work this week on the latest title in the Emerging Civil War book series and got it shipped off to the printer. No Turning Back: A Guide to the 1864 Overland Campaign by Robert “Bert” Dunkerly, Don Pfanz, … Continue reading

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Cold Harbor Sunset

Sunset at the Cold Harbor Visitor Station Richmond National Battlefield: Cold Harbor Unit Friday, February 21, 2014

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Stonewall and Lemons: An International Connection

Over the Christmas holiday–and although belatedly a Happy Holidays to our readership–my wife and I were going over pictures of 2013. I came across two, taken during a summer trip, that bore fruit (literally and figuratively) between one of the Civil … Continue reading

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Chickamauga: Jay’s Mill

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Chickamauga: Alexander’s Bridge

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Getting Ready for the Battle of Chickamauga

Chickamauga Creek, “The River of Death”Back in May, I roadtripped to Chickamauga National Battlefield to spend a few days with historian Lee White and take photos for his new book, Bushwhacking on a Grand Scale, part of the Emerging Civil War … Continue reading

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Fredericksburg Luminaria 2013

Thanks to the help of hundreds of volunteers, Fredericksburg National Cemetery once again hosted its annual Memorial Day Luminaria commemoration on Saturday night. More than 15,000 soldiers are buried in the cemetery, although only about twenty percent of them are … Continue reading

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