Tag Archives: Michael Aubrecht

Bernard Slave Cabins

A new article by guest author Michael Aubrecht One of the more overlooked spots on the Fredericksburg National Battlefield is the Bernard Slave Cabins. This area was the homestead of a number of enslaved African-Americans and a focal point of … Continue reading

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In the Round: The Gettysburg Cyclorama

Today we are pleased to welcome back guest author Michael Aubrecht. Additional posts about the Cyclorama are also available in our archive. ECW Correspondent Liam McGurl visited the Cyclorama in November, 2016. In July, 2015, Chris Mackowski reviewed The Gettysburg Cyclorama: … Continue reading

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Stonewall’s Sabbath School

Today, we are pleased to welcome back guest author Michael Aubrecht Throughout the 1800s, the South’s practice of slavery caused a great contradiction among many southern slave holders. The master-slave relationship was fraught with emotional and moral contradictions. This dilemma … Continue reading

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