Tag: gary gallagher

  • Civil War Talk Radio: June 6, 2008

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  • Gary Gallagher to Appear on Civil War Talk Radio Today

    I just thought I’d let readers know that prolific author Gary Gallagher will be appearing on Civil War Talk Radio this afternoon at 4 pm Eastern (3 Central) to discuss his new book Causes Won, Lost & Forgotten, which focuses on the Civil War in popular memory.  I’ll have a summary of the interview up […]

  • June 2008 Book Notes

    Those that can’t write, Review! June 2008 James Durney *************************************************************** Book News Amazon.com has the long awaited MAJOR GENERAL ROBERT E RODES OF THE ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA: A Biography by Darrell L Collins listed for July. The May Savas Beatie Newsletter has the book listed for June. Also scheduled for June is ONE CONTINUOUS […]

  • Odds & Ends: April 22, 2008

    It’s time again for another round of Odds & Ends. As usual, there are a wide variety of topics covered. Blogger and author Dale Cox announces his latest book, The Battle of Massard Prairie Blogger and author Bryan S. Bush announces his new book A Historic Tour of Louisville During the Civil War, due out […]

  • Odds & Ends: April 12, 2008

    As promised, here’s another edition of Odds & Ends only two days later. What is Odds & Ends? Here is the answer. In addition to the Civil War blogs, I’ve also subscribed to several phrases which allow me to find some interesting blog entries and news stories involving the Civil War. I’ve decided to create […]

  • Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten

    UNC Press has posted an interview with Gary Gallagher, author of many books on the Late Unpleasantness, about his latest work, Causes Won, Lost, and Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War. In it he identifies four “narratives” of the Civil War, namely the Lost Cause, the Union […]

  • Review: The Fredericksburg Campaign: Decision on the Rappahannock

    Books On The Fredericksburg Campaign The Fredericksburg Campaign: Decision on the Rappahannock (Military Campaigns of the Civil War) ed. by Gary Gallagher This is the second review of Gallagher’s essay books where I will review each article individually, thereby giving readers a chance to judge for themselves whether or not enough articles interest them to […]