As Labor Day weekend approaches, marking the unofficial end of summer, I wish everyone a safe and happy weekend.
Here is a link that was just brought to my attention and I thought it looked interesting enough to deserve a quick mention.
In the Civil War and Gettysburg sections, I see a few I have read, and several more I have read good things about. I do see that Gettysburg - The Second Day by Harry Pfanz, an unfortunate error, but maybe that is just twice as much reason to consider reading it.
I honestly don't know enough to attempt any comments on the non-Civil War suggestions on this list, but for anyone interested in reading books on war, perhaps this list can provide some good suggestions on where to start.
One of many twists and turns my current project - which I hope will end up with a book in a few years - has taken is the discovery of some d...
Another Civil War ancestor recently came to my attention, this time my 3rd great-granduncle, Benjamin McIntosh, the brother of my 3rd great...
I left my role as a board member and volunteer at the James A.Ramage Civil War Museum at the end of 2020 as I had been there since 2006 (...