Tag Archives: George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War

Saving History Saturday: Preservation Education

Saving History Saturday is transitioning to a monthly column, which will be a wrap up of what is happening with various aspects of preservation. Each month the focus will be on a different aspect of preservation. With the beginning of … Continue reading

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Civil War Back to School: The George Tyler Moore Center for the Study of the Civil War at Shepherd University

(Part five in a series) To conclude our “Civil War Back-to-School” series, we head to the banks of the Potomac River, not far from Antietam Creek and Antietam National Battlefield—apropos for today—to hear from Dr. James J. Broomall. Jim is … Continue reading

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In Memory of Mary Tyler Moore

Most people remember Mary Tyler Moore as one of Hollywood’s great funny ladies, and for good reason: Laura Petrie, and more recently, Mary Richards, left an indelible mark on American society. Moore’s death today at age 80 is a real … Continue reading

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The Future of Civil War History: Jim Broomall (part four)

The final part of a four-part interview The current issue of the journal Civil War History tackles the topic “The Future of Civil War History”—an idea so big we had to sit down with one of the issue’s co-editors, Dr. … Continue reading

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