Tag: history carnival
History Carnival 80 is up at Notes From The Field
This is a bit belated, but I wanted to announce the posting of History Carnival 80 at Notes from the Field. Although there are no Civil War related posts highlighted this time around, there are quite a few interesting stories there as usual. If you haven’t already, go check it out!
History Carnival 78
It’s July, and that means it’s time for the 78th edition of the long running History Carnival here at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog! We move from one Brett to another this month. Historians’ Methodology and Academic History We start this month’s carnival at Crooked Timber, where Michele Lamont discusses what constitutes quality among […]
History Carnival 77 at Airminded
History Carnival 77 for June 2009 has been posted at Brett Holman’s Airminded blog. There were several Civil War entries this time around and a lot of interesting items from other areas of history. The History Carnival is moving from one Brett to another next month, as I will be hosting History Carnival 78 right […]
Civil War Odds & Ends: April 18, 2009
It’s been quite awhile since I’ve done an Odds & Ends post, so I’ll go over exactly what it is again here. Civil War Odds & Ends posts are lists of interesting Civil War news stories I come across in my feed reader. The idea is to provide TOCWOC’s readers with some interesting blog posts […]
The 74th History Carnival is Up at History Undressed
The 74th History Carnival has been posted at History Undressed, and it contains several Civil War entries. Next month’s History Carnival will be hosted by Jonathan Dresner at Frog in a Well: Korea. Go check out HC74 and make sure you nominate some Civil War blog entries for the next edition! Did you enjoy this […]
History Carnival 66 Is Up at Progressive Historians
The latest History Carnival (#66) is out at Progressive Historians. There is not quite as much Civil War content as usual, but as always there are tons of interesting blog entries to read. Go check it out!