On Location: At Beaver Dam Creek with Author Doug Crenshaw

My adventures On Location at the Richmond-area battlefields continue. I’m hanging out with Doug Crenshaw, author of the upcoming ECWS book Richmond Shall Not Be Given Up: The Seven Days Battles. We stopped by Beaver Dam Creek, where Doug has a personal connection.

For more information:

Beaver Dam Creek is one of the smallest units at Richmond National Battlefield but well worth the visit. Click here to visit the park’s Beaver Dam Creek webpage.

The Civil War Trust likewise has a page with info about the battle and some cool maps.

Like Doug, ECW author Dan Davis has a family connection to Beaver Dam Creek.

If you liked this video, you can go On Location with me and Doug at Glendale, too.

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3 Responses to On Location: At Beaver Dam Creek with Author Doug Crenshaw

  1. Theodore Savas says:

    These video snippets are wonderful (longer, please!), and I am excited that Doug is writing for us. Keep up the good work, both of you.

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