It’s time again for another round of Odds & Ends. One of the more interesting studies mentions Multiman Publishing plans to start releasing Civil War board games set in the Western Theater and using the Great Campaigns of the American Civil War series rules.
- Pawnderings, a wargaming blog, goes over the interesting history of the Great Campaigns of the American Civil War (GCACW) series of board games
- What might have happened had the Confederacy won the Civil War in 1863? The game Crimson Skies gives a possible answer.
- Pawnderings also offers a short look at Sam Grant, a block based board game
- A request for a simple Civil War war game over at Board Game Geek
- Black Cat Bone wishes an AMAZING human being had been present in a balloon over the Battle of Gettysburg. You HAVE to see this one to believe it…
- Join the Southern Reading Challenge. Everyone’s invited!
- McPhee’s Miniature Men blog has a wonderful After Action Report (AAR) of the Battle of Belmont using the “Guns at Gettysburg” set of rules
- Alexander Street Press has announced a beta release of Images of the American Civil War: Photographs, Poster, and Ephemera
- A look at the Gettysburg Visitor’s Center from a non-Civil War blogger with an interest in the war
- Two Civil War buffs at Board Game Geek play Wahoo!, a counterfactual game based on the premise of a Confederate victory at Gettysburg
- Democratic Central blogs on Palmito Ranch, the last land battle of the Civil War
- LaSalle Corbell, George Pickett’s widow, made up quite a few things in the postwar period
- Three students use Google Video to discuss their Civil War Prisons history project
- Fellow Civil War blogger John David Hoptak finds he is frequently asked, “What side are YOU on?”
- Anyone heard of a role playing game called Gettysburg? It almost killed this guy… Seriously, though, which Gettysburg game are they talking about? I couldn’t tell from the article. If you know drop me a line in the comments section.
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