Symposium Spotlight: Edward Alexander

In this week’s Emerging Civil War Symposium Spotlight we welcome ECW member and master Civil War cartographer, Edward Alexander. Continue reading to learn more about Edward Alexander.

Edward at Pamplin Historical Park

Edward Alexander has been a contributing member of Emerging Civil War since 2013. He currently works at a civil engineering firm in Richmond, Virginia, and freelances as the owner and cartographer of Make Me a Map, LLC. He has written one book for the Emerging Civil War Series – Dawn of Victory: Breakthrough at Petersburg. Edward previously worked at Richmond National Battlefield Park and Pamplin Historical Park and received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Illinois in 2009.

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2 Responses to Symposium Spotlight: Edward Alexander

  1. 65th NY Guy says:

    I enjoyed “Dawn of Victory.”

    • Edward S. Alexander says:

      Thanks! The Chasseurs fought well during the Breakthrough. John P. Brogan wrote some great details in the National Tribune of what it was like to be an ax-swinging pioneer during the charge.

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