Browsing All posts tagged under »Frederick T. Amiss«

Charles M. Brown… Page County’s “Black Confederate”… or… maybe not(?)

October 27, 2010 by

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As, I believe, most are aware (mostly because of the recent issue with the textbooks in Virginia), there is a great deal of talk about the subject of “Black Confederates” at this time, and, in the CW blogosphere, I think Andy Hall and Kevin Levin are handling it just fine. I’ve engaged in discussion about […]

Sending off “the boys” from Luray

August 20, 2010 by

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Wish this would have scanned a little more clear. Nonetheless, I was mistaken about the combination of Confederate flags and U.S. flags in this photo… albeit, there are Confederate veterans. In fact, first man in the front on the left (the older gentlemen) was a captain, and former commanding officer of Co. K, 10th Virginia […]

Were Southern children really subjected to “Yankee lies” in school texts?

December 22, 2008 by

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In a much earlier post, I promised to discuss something about the B.F. Johnson Publishing Company… so… In a letter written by one F.T. Amiss (we’ll see him again in another post) on April 13, 1914, Amiss remarked: …as an assistant Editor of the B.F. Johnson Publishing Co., of Richmond, Va., I helped to edit the first […]