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08 September 2010
  Civil War News
"The Confederates usually win in the morning battle. Then we let the Union win in the afternoon" (WA)
UDC Centennial Celebration observance planned for Sept. 12 (SC)
Legend of Leonidas Polk (DE)
USC archaeologist to research Sherman’s march across SC (SC)
Civil War roundtables begin today in Southport (NC)
Civil War artifacts moving to Danville museum(NC)
First Civil War monuments still stand in Carthage cemeteries (MO)
Civil War Babies Found Alive! (CW Memory)
 
06 September 2010
  Lots of Additions
I made numerous additions to the Blogroll, Interesting Link, and Publisher sections on the menu to the right. Added to my links were (Blogs) A House Divided, Civil War Librarian, Civil War Medicine (and Writing), Confederate Book Review, To the Sound of the Guns, Chickamauga Blog, Crossed Sabers, Gettysburg Daily, History Matters, Draw the Sword (and Throw Away the Scabbard), Michigan Civil War Blog, Charge! Civil War Wargaming, Shenandoah 1864, South From the North Woods, Teaching the Civil War with Technology, The 48th Pennsylvania Infantry, The 7th Rhode Island Volunteers, Army of Tennessee, Battlrfield Wanderings, Cenantua's Blog, Civil War Memory, North Carolina and the Civil War, Wig-Wags and Today at Brandy Station. Added to the Publishers section was Savas Beatie LLC. Added to the Interesting Links section were Past in the Present and On Marketing (Sarah Keeney, Savas Beatie. Added to the Recommended Reads section were The Maryland Campaign of 1862 and Valley Thunder:The Battle of New Market.
 
04 September 2010
  Civil War News
Walpole cannon is authentic Civil War era gun (MA)
Johnson's Island Civil War Roundtable meets Sept. 26 (OH)
Reed’s Bridge society dedicates cannon for battle (AR)
 
  Saying No to a Casino in Gettysburg
Ken Burns, David McCullough, Sam Waterston, Matthew Broderick, Stephen Lang, Paul W. Bucha (Medal of Honor recipient), Susan Eisenhower (President Eisenhower’s granddaughter) and Susan Star Paddock share their thoughts on why a casino at Gettysburg is not a good idea at all.

No Casino for Gettysburg
 
  The Gettysburg Address
Ken Burns, David McCullough, Sam Waterston, Matthew Broderick, Stephen Lang, and Paul W. Bucha (Medal of Honor recipient) recite one of the most famous speeches in American history. Academy Award-winning composer John Williams provides the score.
This is one of 2 videos done in opposition to a casino near Gettysburg.

The Gettysburg Address
 
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