Tag: national parks

  • Odds & Ends: April 19, 2008

    It’s time for another round of Odds & Ends, including what I think is a strange claim that Stephen Crane was at Antietam, fought ten years before he was born! This is going to be a bit of a long one so I can clean out everything I still wanted to comment on and start […]

  • How Meth Labs and Civil War Preservation Are Linked

    According to a recent report by the watchdog group Citizens Against Government Waste, a recent $2,000,000 land expansion project by the Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park and the organization of a Tennessee Meth Lab Task Force in Chattanooga are both examples of pork barrel projects in the Chattanooga area. In a news article on the […]

  • Civil War Talk Radio: March 7, 2008

    Civil War Talk Radio Air Date: 030708 Subject: Myths and Truths of the Appomattox Campaign and Lee’s Surrender Guest: Patrick Schroeder, Historian at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park Civil War Talk Radio airs most Fridays at 12 PM Pacific on World Talk Radio Studio A. Host Gerry Prokopowicz, the History Chair at East Carolina […]

  • Civil War Talk Radio: February 24, 2006

    Air Date: 022406 Subject: Edwin C. Bearss: Chief of the Battlefield Book: Fields of Honor: Pivotal Battles of the Civil War Guests: Edwin C. Bearss Summary: The legendary Ed Bearss, Chief Historian Emeritus of the National Park Service. Brett’s Summary: This was a fascinating interview.  Gerry talks to Ed Bearss, probably the most famous “name” […]