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Let’s talk about supply officers and logistics… Who was the best supply officer during the Civil War? Why or best example?
Many of us are staying home at this time out of necessity or precaution, so if you had to get quarantined for a couple weeks with a person from the Civil War era, who would you choose? Why?
As the Civil War campaigns and situation pointed toward an ending to the conflict in 1865, what was the key moment in March of that year?
If you could’ve had the opportunity to serve in a Civil War ironclad, would you have volunteered? Why or why not?
Research has shown that some women disguised themselves and joined Civil War armies. Do you have a favorite account of a Civil War female soldier? Why?
Sarah Bierle here sharing a question that’s been on her mind: What’s your criterion for giving a historic person “hero status”? Give some Civil War examples to support your answers, please?
Imagine this…you have to time travel and talk with any former U.S. President about the American Civil War. Who will you spend your hour with? What questions do you want to ask them related to the Civil War or Reconstruction?
Since it’s so wonderful to have all our subscribers back and the comments working again (huzzah!), let’s ask one of those popular questions we haven’t asked for a while… Who’s your favorite Civil War general? Why?
Let’s talk about souvenirs from historic sites or roadside attractions part of the Civil War and pop culture… Do you have a favorite souvenir or collectible? Or what’s the most unique one you’ve seen?
Last week Chris Mackowski featured several Civil War historical fiction novels in the series… Do you have a favorite Civil War fiction book?