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Our friends at the Civil War Trust sent along this announcement and opportunity to preserve more battlefield ground in the Western Theater. Continue reading for more information about this opportunity and how you can get involved.
“Punctuation acts as signposts to help your reader understand how to read your writing,” I tell my students. Many of the first-year writers I teach are still coming to grips with just how important good punctuation is—and how subtle and … Continue reading
A footpath parallels the road that leads to Carnton Plantation on the Franklin Battlefield. Tomorrow is the anniversary of the battle: November 30, 1864.
Can’t get enough of Emerging Civil War? Well, you are in luck. C-SPAN will be airing the programs of the Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge this week. All episodes will air on C-SPAN 3. Check out … Continue reading
Just in time for the anniversary of the battle of Franklin: Lee White’s talk from the Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge! Lee spoke on the Army of Tennessee’s ill-fated but successful assaults at the battle of … Continue reading
The next-to-last segment from the Third Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium at Stevenson Ridge airs this Saturday on C-SPAN3: Lee White’s talk on the battle of Franklin. The episode airs at 6:00 p.m. on C-SPAN 3. Meanwhile, Steve Davis’s talk … Continue reading
Today we are pleased to welcome back guest author Sean Michael Chick In the American Civil War, Don Carlos Buell’s arrival at Shiloh with over 15,000 men, stands as the most famous reinforcement of the war. Its importance to the … Continue reading
As we close in on our annual symposium, we like to highlight the speakers that we have invited to present at the event. We are excited to welcome William Lee White to this years symposium lineup. Lee is traveling in … Continue reading
For those who’ve ever visited Franklin, it’s interesting to see that battlefield being reclaimed. (Read about those efforts here and here.) What is your favorite piece of preserved or restored battlefield?