2018 Fifth Annual Emerging Civil War Symposium Tickets
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Prevailing opinion today suggests that a war that began in 1861 as one of bayonets and bravado on open battlefields transformed into trenches, firepower, and raids on supply by 1865. Frontal attacks had become a thing of the past and … Continue reading
I have come to believe that the primary reason why Petersburg is an often overlooked campaign in the scope of the Civil War is the challenge of understanding its nine and a half month progression. There is no shortage of … Continue reading
Sneak preview of my presentation at the Emerging Civil War Symposium later this summer. Click on the map for a larger version.