Monthly Archives: December 2016
Here’s an interview with Professor Carol Reardon, one of our top military historians. Here she talks a bit about the Pickett-Pettigrew-Trimble Charge at Gettysburg, separating some fact from fiction for us. It’s always a treat to get her take on things. Enjoy. http://radio.wpsu.org/post/take-note-historian-carol-reardon-facts-fiction-american-civil-war
Here’s Professor Manisha Sinha appearing on Professor John Fea’s podcast, “The Way of Improvement Leads Home.” It’s a good discussion based on her book, The Slaves’ Cause: A History of Abolition. Her interview runs from the 17:55 point to the 46:00 point. You can access it here.
Here’s historian Victoria Bynum appearing on Civil War Talk Radio with Gerry Prokopowicz. She talks about her books, The Free State of Jones and The Long Shadow of the Civil War. This is a pretty good interview with some good information for us.
Here’s David Powell giving a presentation at the 2016 Emerging Civil War Symposium on battle tactics used in the Civil War. It’s a bit dry in places, but it’s loaded with information. The video’s description reads, “David Powell talked about Civil War-era military theories, battle tactics, and formations. He described what military manuals were used […]
The citation for this 1869 Supreme Court case is 76 US [9 Wallace] 339. French Forrest was a confederate naval officer who lived in Virginia. Under the Confiscation Act his property was confiscated by the US Government. The property was sold to a man named Buntley, and his rights eventually became vested in a man […]
Here’s Robert Girardi giving a presentation on Gouverneur K. Warren based on the book he co-authored. Unfortunately, the video starts during the presentation, so we’ve missed a lot of information. Still, I was not impressed. He’s obviously done a lot of research, but his research was geared not to understand but to rehabilitate Warren. We see […]
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate. For your enjoyment: