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The “Emerging Civil War Series” Series: That Field of Blood

by Dan Vermilya In taking the time to reflect on the Emerging Civil War series and all of its accomplishments over the past decade, I wanted to pen a few words about my entry, That Field of Blood: The Battle … Continue reading

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Book Review: Decisions at Antietam: The Fourteen Critical Decisions that Defined the Battle

Decisions at Antietam: The Fourteen Critical Decisions That Defined the Battle By Michael S. Lang The University of Tennessee Press, 2021, $29.95 softcover Reviewed by Zachery A. Fry Counterfactual studies are usually a pariah in the historical community. Poorly-executed “what-if” … Continue reading

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Antietam: The End of the Overland Campaign…of 1862

  An unknown Confederate soldier lies dead next to the recent grave of Lt. John A. Clark, 7th Michigan Infantry The Battle of Antietam signaled the end of the Civil War’s first Overland Campaign. That’s an intriguing thought. The first … Continue reading

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