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Have you read an unforgettable historical account of a child’s experience during the Civil War era?
Did Abraham Lincoln’s view of not using the Tidewater Peninsula as an invasion route unnecessarily prolong the war? Did McClellan’s mismanagement keep Union forces from using it, and thus allow Lee to operate in Northern Virginia where the Confederate commander … Continue reading
Happy Fourth of July! What’s your favorite patriotic quote from the Civil War era? Why?
We’ve spent this month considering “The Future of Civil War History.” What do YOU think the future of the field might look like?
Since the Emancipation Proclamation wasn’t announced until 1862, African American History and abolition are sometimes overlooked in studies of the Civil War’s first year. How did they respond to the 1861 conflict? How did abolitionists use the beginning of the war … Continue reading
From Sarah Kay Bierle: Though often overshadowed by their commanders, staff officers played an important role. Who’s your favorite staff officer? Why?
From Sarah Kay Bierle: If you could meet a civilian from the war era, who would it be? (Remember political leaders often fall into the civilian category too.)
If you could visit any Civil War soldier’s grave this Memorial Day to pay your respects, who would you visit? Why?
What are your thoughts on the “proposed” fee increase at Gettysburg National Military Park? (Increases to museum/Cyclorama admission, the David Wills House, Eisenhower National Historic Site, and Licensed Battlefield Guide Tours.) Click here for more information.
What topics are you interested in seeing the Emerging Civil War Series cover in the future (i.e. leadership/personalities, social topics, armaments, etc…..)?