Tag Archives: In Memoriam

Saving History Saturday: Ed Bearss Memorial Unveiled

One of the great champions of battlefield preservation in our own era was Ed Bearss. His research, tours, and storytelling were legendary, and he tirelessly advocated for saving the places where history happened. Last year on October 30, 2021, a … Continue reading

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Year in Review: In Memoriam

The Civil War field lost two giants in 2020, both of whom made real impacts on us at Emerging Civil War. Coincidentally, both were well known for their work with battlefield tours, specifically. In July 2020, Ted Alexander died. Ted … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Ted Alexander

Emerging Civil War was saddened to learn earlier this week of the death of our friend Ted Alexander, former historian at Antietam National Battlefield and director of the Chambersburg Civil War Seminars. In 2016, Ted was the inaugural recipient of … Continue reading

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