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“Brains” on the Battlefield

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Shooting Along Fredericksburg’s Stone Wall

photography by Jackson Mackowski Earlier this week, ECW co-founder Chris Mackowski took his son Jackson out for some photography lessons. The two spend some time along the Sunken Road and Stone Wall on the Fredericksburg battlefield. “There’s plenty of stuff … Continue reading

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More Scenes from the Sunken Road

Sunday, December 9 started quiet and foggy in Fredericksburg. As I looked across the Slaughter Pen Farm, I could imagine the morning of December 13, 1862, as the men of John Reynolds’ First Corps looked across that same ground, through … Continue reading

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Remembering the Fallen

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Scenes from the Sunken Road

I had a pretty limited perspective of the many events going on in Fredericksburg yesterday because I spent the day working along the Sunken Road and the Stone Wall (which is one of my favorite places to interpret, so I … Continue reading

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Orange flowers and amber waves: Fredericksburg photographed

Kris and I are wrapping up work on a writing project that focuses on the Battle of Fredericksburg. The project is scheduled for release just prior to the sesquicentennial anniversary in December. As I sorted through the photos I took … Continue reading

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