Tag Archives: Dan Vermilya

“Thenceforward and Forever Free”: The Emancipation Proclamation as a Turning Point

We are pleased to welcome Dan Vermilya, author of the upcoming Emerging Civil war Series book That Field of Blood: The Battle of Antietam. Dan, a historian at Gettysburg National Military Park, is also a licensed battlefield guide at Antietam … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: That Field of Blood: The Battle of Antietam by Dan Vermilya

As the Emerging Civil War Series continues its focus on 1862, it should come as no surprise that we’re finally telling one of the most anticipated stories of the war. Daniel Vermilya visits That Field of Blood: The Battle of … Continue reading

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James Garfield & The Civil War: An Interview with Author Dan Vermilya

Here’s one I’ve been waiting for for a while: Dan Vermilya’s new book James Garfield & The Civil War (History Press, 2015). Of course, I’m eyeball-deep in other stuff at the moment and can’t dig into the book like I … Continue reading

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Saving Antietam (part II): Dan Vermilya

Earlier today, historian Daniel J. Vermilya offered some of his thoughts about the preservation work the Civil War Trust has done at Antietam. This afternoon, he focuses a little more specifically on the Trust’s latest efforts:  “While the Cornfield is … Continue reading

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