by Sarah Johnson ’15 Last year, I attended a Civil War Conference that highlighted what has become known as the “Dark Turn of the Civil War.” Basically, the turn … Continue reading
by Kevin Lavery ’16 The story I am about to tell is entirely true. Several weeks ago, as I departed Musselman Library after a long night of intensive research, … Continue reading
by Ryan Nadeau ’16 On 11 August 1866, Major General Oliver Otis Howard, Director of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands and former commander of the Union Army’s … Continue reading
In our first Battlefield Correspondence video of the semester, Sarah Johnson ’15 reports on the unusual circumstances surrounding the dedication of the Virginia Monument in 1917.