Thursday Feb 27
SUPICA: Clashing over U.S. weaponry innovations
With the combat suitability, or lack thereof, of the U.S. M4 rifle in recent headlines, it's worth remembering that the history of America's military arms is replete with failures, successes and controversy.
Slave Descendant Joins Confederate Heritage Group
Georgia Benton, center, became Georgia's first African-American member of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Vernon Stevenson finds escape to Murfreesboro
Restored locomotive from the Nashville/Chattanooga Railroad on display at Centennial Park in Nashville.
The News Tribune
A battle of ideas
Not all of the battles of the American Civil War were bloody. Some skirmishes took place far from the battlefields and used ideology, not bullets.
The News Tribune
New exhibit explores the Civil War in the Northwest
A new exhibit at the Washington State History Museum sheds light on the role that the Pacific Northwest played in the War Between the States and how the war in turn affected them.
Jim Ogden Receives Dr. James W. Livingood Historian of the Year Award
At the annual meeting of the Chattanooga Area Historical Association, Jim Ogden, Chief Historian at Chickamauga Chattanooga National Military Park, received the James W. Livingood Historian of the Year Award.
Cleveland Daily Banner
150th anniversary of flag raising marked
A small crowd gathered in the center of town Monday to commemorate the area's second flag raising during the Civil War and recall events of the day 150 years ago.
Montgomery County Historical Society meeting
The Montgomery County Historical Society will gather on Monday, February 17 to hear the presentation "Civil War Topics Associated with Montgomery County".
Signal Mountain Genealogical Society Meeting March 4
The Signal Mountain Genealogical Society will meet at the Walden Town Hall, 1836 Taft Highway, on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at 1:00 pm.
Devil's Doorway and Legal Swindle
The Devil's Doorway is a movie released in 1950. It stars Robert Taylor as a war-decorated Shoshone.