Tag Archives: battlefield guides

Mapping the Philippi Battlefield

Jon-Erik Gilot did a fantastic job at the 2019 Emerging Civil War Symposium filling in on short notice to give a talk on the battle of Philippi, see the video here. With limited time to produce another map, I’m grateful … Continue reading

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Mapping the Dranesville Battlefield

Ryan Quint’s symposium talk on the battle of Dranesville is now available through C-Span. This topic is one of the reasons I wanted to make modern maps for each presentation. My day job occasionally has me working along the Leesburg … Continue reading

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A Head Start to Battlefield Tourism by a VI Corps Carpetbagger

See third paragraph under “Local and State Items.”

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The Year in Review 2016: #3

Our third-most-popular post of 2016 dealt not with Civil War history but with Emerging Civil War-related business. ECW began promoting the tour guide services of several of our contributors—and, apparently, our guide services have been pretty popular! A lot of readers … Continue reading

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ECW’s Battlefield Guide Services

On occasion, we get a request through the website for battlefield guide services. As it happens, many of our writers do offer independent guide services. We’ve never really promoted them, though. Until now! If you take a look at the … Continue reading

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