In Sunday’s Washington Post, one of the twice-yearly “Civil War 150” special editions is included in both the paper and electronic versions. The front page has an extraordinary studio photograph that invokes the high cost of the war, particularly as it was coming to an end. Writing as a photographer as well as Civil War […]
The Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation prepares for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Third Winchester on Sept. 19-21
“Gods & Generals,” “Gettysburg,” “Gone With the Wind” and “Glory” will be featured over three nights at Family Drive-In Theatre in Stephens City, Va.
The city has carefully documented six war-related sites.
Thousands of artifacts collected by Civil War enthusiast James Carlos “Cotton” Reynolds over 70 years will be auctioned Aug. 19.
Harrisburg's National Civil War Museum refutes mayor's claims that it is too costly and poorly attended.
Title is: "The Unfinished Work: Abraham Lincoln, David Wills and the Soldiers’ National Cemetery.”