- University of Illinois - Champaign
- Ant Smasher
Battle of the Crater- An Old New Spin on an Old Motto
Image from the Library of Congress An interesting post on the flag of the Twenty-second United States Colored Troops . . . The 22nd USCT fou
CIVIL WAR BATTLES - CORINTH app for Android devices now available at Goo...
Civil War Battles - CORINTH, my latest wargaming mobile app collaboration with John Tiller Software is now available for Android devices. Yo
Donor Spotlight: A passion for political history - O Say Can You See?
How do you want to be remembered after you’re gone? People often wonder what kind of legacy they will leave behind. Wanda Shalett found an a
CIVIL WAR BOOKS and AUTHORS: Q & A: Donald S. Frazier
Donald Frazier is a professional historian and head of the Grady McWhiney Research Foundation. He has authored or edited Cottonclads!: The B
CIVIL WAR BOOKS and AUTHORS: The Sesqui and 1862 campaign and battle ann...
Obviously, attention surrounding the Civil War Sesquicentennial provides a good opportunity for publishers to schedule new campaign and batt
Welcome to Scourge of War: GETTYSBURG, the Next Generation of 3D Civil W...
Scourge of War: Gettysburg is a 3D real-time 19th Century American Civil War computer war game for Windows developed by NorbSoftDev for the
Civil War Books Reviews — TOCWOC - A Civil War Blog
Civil War book reviews at TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog
CIVIL WAR BOOKS and AUTHORS: Author Q & A: Christopher Slocombe on ...
Christopher Slocombe is in the midst of researching and writing a full length history of Henry Halleck's April-May 1862 campaign, the po
Did Lee Tell Ewell To Halt on July 1 at Gettysburg? — TOCWOC - A Civil W...
Was Richard S. Ewell’s controversial decision not to attack Culp’s Hill on July 1, 1863 at Gettysburg caused by direct orders from Robert E.
CIVIL WAR BOOKS and AUTHORS: Moody: "DEMON OF THE LOST CAUSE: Sherman an...
Although one can construct a strong argument for Nathan Bedford Forrest being the most controversial figure to emerge from the American Civi
Predictions Of What 2011 Would Be Like From A 1911 Newspaper
Predictions Of What 2011 Would Be Like From A 1911 Newspaper: Aerial war-ships? Check. Grand opera telephoned to private homes? Ye...
The Battle of Burgess Mill: October 27, 1864 (First Day of Battle of Boy...
Editor's Note: Bryce Suderow completed this lengthy set of notes on the first day of fighting at the Battle of Boydton Plank Road (aka the B
Interview: James S. Price, “The Battle of New Market Heights”
Public historian and blogger James S. "Jimmy" Price is the author of the recently released The Battle of New Market Heights: Freedom Will be