Wall Street Journal
Yes, War Is Hell, but on Both Sides
You have published two recent articles on the Civil War : Cameron McWhirter's "Sherman Who? Civil War Promoters Battle Apathy" , about the yawning disinterest being shown by the public in celebrating/recognizing the 150 years since that tragic conflict, and "An Almost Forgotten Atrocity of the Civil War," by Fergus M. Bordewich about the Fort ... (more)
Friends of Robeson Library to hold annual di...
The annual meeting of the Friends of the Robeson County Public Library is scheduled for April 22 at the Pinecrest Country Club in Lumberton.
Lamar Daily News
Remembering the past
Along the windswept plains of central Kiowa County, twenty one miles east of Eads, the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site offers insight into one of the most infamous events during the American Civil War.
Telling the "Untold Story" of the Civil War on PBS
While perhaps "The Less Often Told Story" would be a more accurate title, Civil War: The Untold Story is a gorgeous and glorious five-part series about the great battles and campaigns that were fought along the banks of the Mississippi, Tennessee and other rivers in the Western Theater of the War Between the States.
Taking the Vote Away from White People: Tea Party Populism and Elite Intentions
About 30 years ago I wrote about the disfranchisement campaigns after the Civil War and during the Populist movement of the 1880s-1890s.
Step back in time at Hardee's Retreat
Friends of Trinity invite everyone to step back in time and experience the War Between the States at Hardee's Retreat, a Civil War battle re-enactment.
Md. town's Arbor Day trees honor Civil War dead
The western Maryland town of Williamsport is marking Arbor Day by planting 120 trees in memory of fallen Civil War soldiers.
The Raw Story
South Carolina college taps 'neo-confederate' Lt. Gov. McConnell as president
South Carolina Lt. Gov. Glenn McConnell has been selected as the new president of the College of Charleston despite a history of both reenacting and defending the Confederate historical era and its flag, the Southern Poverty Law Center reported on Thursday.
National storyteller, historical musician present Civil War memoir Sunday
Bobby Horton and Dolores Hydock interweave story and songs in "A Sweet Strangeness" Sunday at the Columbus Arts Council's Rosenzweig Arts Center.
Flags are placed to remember G'ville's Confederate dead
Sixteen year old Elijah Bowen from North Hall High School placed a flag at Dr. J.W. Quillian's headstone GAINESVILLE - Confederate soldier graves were marked with the battle flag they fought under Saturday by Gainesville Sons of Confederate Veteran members and their friends and relatives in an annual effort to remember Southern dead from the ... (more)
The Georgetown Times
History invades Hobcaw
A display at the reenactmment shows some of the items a soldier would have with him during the Civil War.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Glimpse the Civil War on Saturday
A living history event this weekend will give the public an inside look into what things were like during the Civil War.