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Rudely Stamp’d, a roving theater company that produces history-themed plays, recently performed their newest production “Brothers at Odd’s: The Brisbane Story” in Batavia, NY, after Derek Maxfield was commissioned to write and direct the play for the Landmark Society of … Continue reading
Since earlier this year, citizens of Iowa City, Iowa, have been advocating to preserve the remaining historic buildings dating back to the Civil War period. When asked about their importance to community historic awareness and a connection to the Civil … Continue reading
Save the dates! Prince William County (Virginia) is hosting some great events and highlighting lots of local history with Civil War ties this summer. Some are free, others require registration and a small; all offer a chance to explore sites … Continue reading
Tennessee has a unique Civil War history. Similar to Virginia, it was a divided state; however, unlike West Virginia which split off in 1863, East Tennessee stayed stuck with the Confederacy until Federal armies secured the state. East Tennessee experienced … Continue reading
Do you ever get to the end of the year and feel enthusiastically ready to make goals for the next 365 days? For our last weekender post of 2019, we thought it would be fun to share something different – … Continue reading