Tag: new civil war blogs

  • More New Civil War Blogs

    I was reading one of Dimitri Rotov’s latest entries and it looks like he found a few fresh fish out there I managed to overlook (hat tip right back at you D).  I want to welcome Elisabeth Payne Rosen at Civil War Deacon, the Franklin Civil War Roundtable blog, and Kraig McNutt at The Civil […]

  • Another New Civil War Blog: Volunteers in Parks

    I discovered another new blog related to the Civil War called Volunteers in Parks via the Civil War Interactive Blog list.  Mannie Gentile is a Park Ranger at Antietam National Battlefield Park, and the blog details his experiences for others interested in seeing what it is like to work for the National Park Service.  Mannie’s […]

  • Not in Memoriam, But In Defense: A New Civil War Blog

    We have another entry in the Civil War blogging community. Thanks to Eric Wittenberg for pointing this one out. Sarah, a Harvard student, discusses her summer research project involving Confederate monuments in three Southern towns: Richmond, Virginia; Stone Mountain, Georgia; and Moulton, Alabama. I’m particularly interested in Sarah’s findings concerning the Richmond monuments. In any […]

  • Drew Wagenhoffer’s New Civil War Books and Authors Blog

    Drew Wagenhoffer, who I introduced earlier this week as an occasional guest blogger here, has also decided to get into the ACW blogging business full time. His new blog, Civil War Books and Authors, features “discussions of the Civil War books, authors, publishers, and booksellers that interest [Drew]”. His collection of books dwarfs mine, and […]