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Jimmy Price
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Blogger, Educator, & Historian
Blogger, Educator, & Historian

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At Long Last, The Petersburg Campaign is Getting Its Due
This is slightly depressing to admit, but it was twenty years ago this month that I started my first job in public history. A faintly emaciated college freshman, my initial foray into educating the wider public about the American Civil War was launched at S...
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The Trump Administration & Camp Nelson
I’d like to draw your attention to an article that was published this morning over at The Guardian regarding the preservation efforts under way at a place that is essential to our understanding of the history of United States Colored Troops.  Image: Camp Ne...
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Post-Sesquicentennial Homesick Blues
Greetings and salutations to the three of you who still remember that this blog exists! Well, it’s 2018 and three years have passed since any substantive content has been posted on this site…three years since the 150th anniversary commemorations of the Amer...
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The touching story of two brothers from Martinsville, VA who were killed in the same battle.
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Into the classroom...
Into the Classroom
Into the Classroom
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Captain D. Lincoln Reid – Hellfighter, Black Devil, and forgotten hero of World War I
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The story of Chatham native Hunter Pannill who served with the Canadian Expeditionary Force and won the Military Cross at Vimy Ridge.
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