Here’s Ranger Dan Vermilya giving a typical outstanding presentation in the Gettysburg National Military Park’s 2018 Winter Lecture Series. This presentation deals with the 1858 Lincoln-Douglas Debates. The video’s description reads, “In a series of seven debates between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas in 1858, the state of slavery was at the epicenter of the […]
This is Dr. Don Doyle giving a talk at the American Civil War Museum based on his book, The Cause of All Nations. The video’s description reads, “Based on his book of the same name, Dr. Don H. Doyle’s lecture explores the place of the American Civil War in the context of mid-19th-century democratic revolutions, how […]
Here’s Matt Atkinson giving a great battle walk following confederate George “Tige” Anderson and his brigade in the attack on the Union position in Gettysburg on July 2, 1863. Don’t get used to the beard.
Here’s an episode of “Civil War Journal,” from back when the History Channel actually cared about doing history programming. This one concerns Ulysses S. Grant. I’m sure it’ll be taken down within a few days, so watch it while you can. Thomas Fleming and William McFeely detract from the program, but it’s pretty good otherwise.
Here’s Supervisory Ranger Chris Gwinn of the Gettysburg National Military Park giving a lecture in the GNMP’s 2018 Winter Lecture Series. This lecture is about what the men of the Army of the Potomac said after the Battle of Gettysburg. It’s a pretty good presentation. The video’s description reads, “This presentation, ‘A Great Weight at […]
This is the panel discussion responding to audience questions at the 2018 Nau Center for Civil War Studies symposium held at the University of Virginia. The video’s description reads, “Historians responded to audience questions about notable figures during the Civil War era. Highlighted people included Confederate Gen. James Longstreet, abolitionist and Republican Party activist Anna Dickinson, and African American […]
Here’s Professor David Blight of Yale University speaking about Frederick Douglass. This was part of the 2018 Nau Center for Civil War History symposium held at the University of Virginia. The video’s description reads, “Yale University professor David Blight talked about the political — and often religious — rhetoric that Frederick Douglass used when writing or speaking about […]