Monthly Archives: April 2015

Appomattox Remembered (2)

Peace comes to the war torn land Appomattox Court House is where the Civil War essentially finished. While not technically accurate, there were after all more armies to surrender, General Lee’s surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia proved to … Continue reading

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Appomattox Remembered (1)

The Last Fight Similar to my approach taken with the Overland Campaign, I will pause my blog on the Battle of Fredericksburg to provide several posts concerning the events at Appomattox Court House. The sesquicentennial was held at Appomattox Court … Continue reading

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Civil War Artillery

  Civil War Artillery There is a real challenge for a blogger to attempt to write something new on Civil War artillery, given the array of information available in books and on the web today. But I felt compelled to, … Continue reading

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