Tag Archives: Savas Beatie

Hood on Hood-Part III

The third part of a four part series. Today we welcome back guest author Stephen “Sam” Hood. Sam is the author of John Bell Hood: The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of a Confederate General. *   *   * Regarding the Spring … Continue reading

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Hood on Hood-Part II

The second part of a four part series. Today we welcome back guest author Stephen “Sam” Hood. Sam is the author of John Bell Hood: The Rise, Fall, and Resurrection of a Confederate General. *   *   * Although unfounded theories … Continue reading

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Hood on Hood–Part I

The first in a four-part series. ECW Editors Note: Stephen “Sam” Hood is a descendant of Confederate Lt. Gen. John Bell Hood, one of the most controversial commanders in the Confederacy. His early service in the war as a brigade … Continue reading

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First Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge

All of us at Emerging Civil War are proud to announce our first annual Civil War Symposium. The symposium will be hosted by Stevenson Ridge, on the Spotsylvania Court House Battlefield, and will be sponsored by Savas Beatie, LLC. The … Continue reading

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An Interview with “Bushwhacking” author Lee White

With the dust now settled from last month’s sesquicentennial anniversary of the battle of Chickamauga, historian Lee White had the time to sit down with Emerging Civil War to talk about his new book on the battle, Bushwhacking on a … Continue reading

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Get ready for some “Bushwhacking”: Lee White’s upcoming book on Chickamauga

I’ve been quiet for a while, I realize, but only on the blog front. Behind the scenes, I’ve had my editorial hat on, working on the final polishes of Lee White’s upcoming book Bushwhacking on a Grand Scale: The Battle … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Author Conclave—Day Three: No “three phases” at Antietam

by Sarah Keeney We had the unique pleasure of meeting with Tom “Mr. Antietam” Clemens outside the Antietam Visitor’s Center on Tuesday, July 30, where Tom gathered us around to set up the three phases of the day’s fighting. That … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Author Conclave—Day Three, on the way!

The Savas Beatie Author conclave has been a big hit so far, attracting dozens of participants to talks in Gettysburg over the past couple of days. The third day of the conclave will send folks to Antietam, South Mountain, and … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Author Conclave, Day Two: East Cavalry Field

By Sarah Keeney We continued the SB Author Conclave in the afternoon with Eric Wittenberg discussing General Farnsworth’s suicide cavalry charge ordered by General Kilpatrick on the afternoon of July 3 near Big Round Top in which they had no … Continue reading

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Savas Beatie Author Conclave, Day Two: Buford vs. Heth

“If blood and guts is your thing, this is not your tour. This is strategy and tactics.” We started the day with J.D. Petruzzi at the First Shot Market, a mile and a quarter from the park boundary, at the … Continue reading

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