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Civil War Memory is not limited to “Civil War Confederate Memory”

November 29, 2008 by

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Over the past nine months, I’ve spent some time focusing on problems with “memory” of the Civil War, but have limited it to problems with memory in those who look favorably on all things Confederate. I’ve focused on the new-era Confederate remembrance movement because, having once been a part of it, I am much more familiar […]

Looking forward… and the thought of analyzing Southern Loyalist Claims

April 24, 2008 by

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It might seem like I have laid aside my focus on Civil War “memory,” but I’ve actually been looking into beginning a run of posts that analyze Southern Loyalist Claims. In fact, what I may do is begin focusing on several regions (small groupings of counties in close proximity) within states and begin comparing the […]

“Unteaching the Civil War”

March 12, 2008 by

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I wish I could claim to be the originator of the string of words in the title of this blog, but I have to say that I borrowed them. While attending The College of William & Mary last spring, I was a student in Dr. Carol Sheriff’s doctoral Civil War seminar, and “unteaching the Civil […]

More evidence to chip away at the myth of Confederate nationalism

March 10, 2008 by

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After exchanging a couple of e-mails with a friend last night, I mentioned a genealogical website that I thought looked like it had potential. I gave the trial version of Footnote a try about a month or so ago, but it seemed to have slow response time (it may have had something to do with […]