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Tags: Articles, Civil War Magazines, Collateral Damage, Confederate History Month, In Harm's Way, Writing About The Civil War
Categories : Articles, Civil War Magazines, Writing About The Civil War
The second installment of In Harm’s Way has been sent to my editors at Civil War Times, and the third victim has been chosen. I’ll be back in the Eastern Theater, and will again get to personally visit the subject property and get lots of photos.
I also sent in my two cents on the Virginia Confederate History Month controversy as discussed here. I don’t know if it’s exactly what they were looking for, but it’s what I think. I may post my full comment here, but not until after the magazine ships.
Today, for the first time ever, Bull Runnings topped 1,000 WordPress hits in a day. I topped my previous high month a few days ago, and there are nine days left in the month yet. Last week, I doubled my previous high week. For mysterious reasons not fully understood by me, the site since April 6 has been receiving two-and-a-half to three times as many hits as it has in recent months. Thanks and welcome to all my new readers. I hope you’ll come back regularly. I haven’t written many new articles this month, but hope to get back to regular posting of original content and Bull Run Resource material soon.
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Tags: Articles, Digital History
Categories : Articles, Civil War On the Web, Digital History
Craig Swain is featured in this series of posts on Gettysburg Daily. He shows readers/viewers around Leesburg, VA, focusing on the sites where the Army of the Potomac crossed their namesake river in June of 1863. Check them out.
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Categories : Articles, Civil War Blogroll, Civil War On the Web, Digital History
I know I already told you here about the addition to my blogroll of Mysteries and Conundrums, a site maintained by the staff at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park. But it bears repeating because those dudes are putting up way cool bits. I don’t know if they can keep this up, but I sure hope so; and I’d love to see some of the other park staffs follow their lead. Check it out!