Browsing All posts tagged under »Craig Swain«

The hunt for an ordnance sergeant named Burt

January 26, 2011 by

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A few days ago, I asked Craig Swain about the story behind the ordnance sergeant who was present at the seizing of Ft. Pulaski. Incidentally, you may recall, Ft. Pulaski was also a subject of interest in my =>most recent post. Anyway, Craig included the name of the ordnance sergeant in his post, but was […]

Blotting out the “memory” of a formidable foe?

December 10, 2008 by

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Thanks go out to Craig over at To the Sound of the Guns for making me aware of this one. It’s interesting to see how monuments are refined or “tweaked,” after they have already been erected. As an example, take a look at this… (these images are from this page of The Historic Markers Database […]

Categories in the Civil War blogosphere

November 5, 2008 by

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If you haven’t been in the middle of the chatter yet, check out what some of us have been talking about over at Harry’s Bull Runnings. We write “blogs,” but are they always blogs? Actually, in some cases they don’t meet the definition of a blog (keep in mind, this is but one definition, but generally covers the […]