Tag Archives: Robert Lee Hodge

ECW Podcast “A Chat With Robert Lee Hodge” Is Now Available

Since appearing in “Confederates in the Attic,” Rob Hodge has become one of the most familiar faces in the Civil War Community. He joins Chris Mackowski for a fun and insightful chat.

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ECW Welcomes Robert Lee Hodge

Emerging Civil War is pleased to welcome Robert Lee Hodge to the fold. Rob, a living historian well known in reenacting circles for his devotion to accuracy, has also worked passionately in the preservation community for nearly three decades. In … Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Hodge on Horwitz

“If there’s one book I’ve wished I’d written, it’s Confederates in the Attic,” I said in a 2012 post about the iconic book. It’s not only well written and well researched, but it’s an outstanding example of immersive journalism by a … Continue reading

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Congratulations to D.P. Newton

Congratulations to ECW’s friend, D.P. Newton, owner of the White Oak Civil War Museum in Stafford, Virginia. Last night, the Central Virginia Battlefields Trust presented D.P. with its second annual Dr. Mike Stevens Award for Preservation. During the presentation, CVBT … Continue reading

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The Unfinished Civil War—A Place and A State of Mind

If there’s one book I’ve wished I’d written, it’s Confederates in the Attic. Of course, Tony Horwitz already wrote it, nearly two decades ago. Here’s a guy who wandered around the South, talking to people about the legacy of the Civil War. … Continue reading

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