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Video 5 – Battle of Alamance

Tweet Hello again! Continuing with my academic break from my writing career, here is the next in the series of videos I have produced in my classes. This was the final project for my American Revolution class and is on … Continue reading

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Barringer hits homerun with Rosser bio

Tweet Barringer, Sheridan R. Custer’s Gray Rival: The Life of Confederate Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser. Burlington, NC: Fox Run Publishing, 2019. Sheridan R. Barringer has turned in a solid biography with his new entry of the life of Major General … Continue reading

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Video 4 – 10th Amendment

Tweet Hello again! Continuing with my academic break from my writing career, here is the next in the series of videos I have produced in my classes. This one focuses on the Tenth Amendment. I hope you enjoy it. Click … Continue reading

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Video 3 – Thomas Jefferson

Tweet Hello again! Continuing with my academic break from my writing career, here is the next in the series of videos I have produced in my classes. This one focuses on Thomas Jefferson. I hope you enjoy it. Click here … Continue reading

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Video 2 – Nancy Hart

Tweet Continuing with my sharing of historical videos I did for my American Revolution class. This one is on the subject of women in the American Revolution, I chose one near to my heart, Nancy Hart. I was raised on … Continue reading

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Academic break from writing

Tweet Folks I just realized how long I have gone without an update on my blog. I apologize for that. I have been on a break from writing to work on a Masters Degree in History. I am now in … Continue reading

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Review: When the Yankees Come – Paul Graham

Tweet When the Yankees Come: Former South Carolina Slaves Remember Sherman’s Invasion (Voices from the Dust Book 1) Shotwell Publishing Paul C. Graham Reviewed by J. Keith Jones There really is no better foundation for understanding history than reading source … Continue reading

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When Hunter S. Thompson Came to Duke

Tweet Anybody who ever said that history archives are boring obviously never read the posting I am going to share with you in this entry. Recently I was reading the blog for the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript … Continue reading

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Elbert County Public Library Dec. 1

Tweet I just confirmed this week that I will be doing a book signing at the Elbert County Public Library in Elberton, Georgia on December 1, 2012 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  After the Country Stores article in Georgia … Continue reading

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July 6, 1862 – Pressley Boyd

Tweet To read the entries thus far in the Sesquicentennial series for The Boys of Diamond Hill click here. On July 6, 1862, Pressley Boyd wrote his father from where the 7th SC was camped on the edge of the … Continue reading

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