Tag Archives: Frank O’Reilly

A Conversation with Dave Roth (part four)

(part four in a five-part series) I’ve been talking this week with Dave Roth of Blue & Gray Magazine. After a 34-year career as editor and publisher, Dave wrapped up the magazine’s run this past spring. Earlier this month, Emerging … Continue reading

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My Call to Arms: A Look Back at My Overland Campaign

What no one ever tells you about being an author is that it mostly involves schlepping a lot of books from place to place. Sure, there’s some writing involved (and, oh, if only I had time to do more!), but … Continue reading

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The Story of Stephwall

As Emerging Civil War continues its coverage of the 150th anniversary of Chancellorsville and the death of Stonewall Jackson, we’re pleased to bring you a guest post from Stonewall devotee Steph Mackowski.  As a four year old who had just … Continue reading

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Chancellorsville Seminar: May 17-19, 2013

We wanted to remind you that two of our authors are part of this spring’s Chambersburg Civil War Seminars & Tours. Join authors Chris Mackowski and Kristopher White, along with noted historians Robert K. Krick, Ed Bearss, Frank O’Reilly, and more, as they delve into … Continue reading

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Reynolds Reconsidered

The question that has always lingered in my mind, Was John Reynolds a great corps commander? Major General John Fulton Reynolds reputation as corps commander has always baffled me as an historian. He was only really tested once as a … Continue reading

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