Tag: timothy smith

  • Tim Smith Virtual Book Signing on Saturday

    Timothy B. Smith, the author of The Golden Age of Battlefield Preservation: The Decade of the 1890s and the Establishment of America’s First Five Military Parks, will appear on Saturday, August 23rd from 12-1 pm Central at VirtualBookSigning.net.  Hat tip to historicus at The History Channel Civil War boards.  Looking a little further down the […]

  • Review: The Battle of Shiloh and the Organizations Engaged by D.W. Reed

    David W. Reed. The Battle of Shiloh and the Organizations Engaged . Knoxville, TN: The University of Tennessee Press (May 15, 2008). 122 pages, 4 maps (on CD), notes, index. ISBN: 978-1572336179 $33.00 (Hardcover w/DJ). How can an essential “cornerstone of Shiloh historiography” remain unavailable to the general public for so long? That’s what I […]

  • Recent Book Acquisitions: June 2008

    I’ve wanted to reintroduce this type of post ever since I started blogging regularly again. I am currently in the middle of reading Phillip E. Myers’ Caution and Cooperation: The American Civil War in British-American Relations. Myers argues against the previously common supposition that intervention by European powers Britain and France was possible and even […]

  • 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 […]