- Saving History Saturday: Harper House at Bentonville Vandalized in Attempted Robbery
- ECW Weekender: Summer Lectures at the Jacob Rohrbach Inn
- “Angry Enough to Give Them Battle”: Hungry Civilians and Soldiers Fight Over Food
- Change is in the wind
- Stout Hearts: Attempting to Feed Both Civilians and Soldiers
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Author Archives: Daniel Welch
The 2019 Emerging Civil War Symposium is rapidly approaching! If you have not secured lodging yet for the weekend, please read on to find great deals on places to stay.
The war had been over for nearly three decades. Veterans of all ranks had been recording their experiences in memoirs, newspapers, journals, speeches, and other published materials. Already, in the short intervening period from the silencing of the guns to … Continue reading
Every year, nearly 1.4 million visitors come to Gettysburg National Military Park by car or bus. They tour the battlefield using numerous forms of transport, from those same cars and buses to Segways, horse drawn carriages, and bicycles. All head … Continue reading
Our friends at the Georgia Battlefields Association recently sent this update about their work in protecting some unique triangular forts. Read below for more information about their efforts to preserve these Shoupades and consider joining their effort by clicking here.
There is always a lot to see and do when visiting the battlefield and town of Gettysburg. Most visitors head to the well-known and oft visited locations of Little Round Top, Cemetery Ridge, and the fields of Pickett’s Charge. Some … Continue reading
It’s been a while since we brought you an update regarding the preservation battle to save the Cattaraugus County Memorial and Historical Building in Little Valley, New York. You can get caught up on the story in some earlier posts … Continue reading
As the sun set on the Gettysburg battlefield on July 3, 1863, although the sound of combat faded into history, a new battle was just beginning. Over the course of the three day engagement, 51,000 men became casualties. That number … Continue reading
The battle had been waging west of the small Pennsylvania town for several hours. Brig. Gen. John Buford’s Federal cavalry had slowly been falling back, eastward, from north-south ridge to north-south ridge. Buford’s men were not looking to win this … Continue reading