ECW Podcast: The Blood-Tinted Waters of the Shenandoah (With Jonathan Noyalas)

Following Jubal Early’s run at Washington, D.C., in July 1864, he fell back into the Shenandoah Valley. The Federal pursuit resulted in the Battle of Cool Spring. Jonathan Noyalas of the McCormick Civil War Institute at Shenandoah University talks about his new Emerging Civil War Series book about the battle, “The Blood-Tinted Waters of the Shenandoah.”

Co-hosted by Chris Mackowski and a revolving cadre of ECW’s contributors, The Emerging Civil War Podcast  taps into an award-winning line-up of historians from a wide variety of backgrounds with a wide variety of interests on a wide variety of topics.

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