Browsing All posts tagged under »Battle of Fredericksburg«

What happened to Capt. Henry’s Napoleon?

December 14, 2012 by


I meant to include this as a footnote in yesterday’s post, but… having forgotten to do so… … and at the risk of sounding like a Fredericksburg Sesqui post from To the Sound of the Guns (… another great Sesqui-timed post, by the way, about the locations of guns on the battlefields)… Henry’s Napoleon is still […]

… and, yes… Southern Unionists also charged the stone wall at Fredericksburg.

December 13, 2012 by


I’ll get back to my discussion of the civilian Southern Unionists who lived in and around Fredericksburg. There’s some interesting twists and turns that I’ve come across… not what I was looking for, but… and it may be that posts about some of these folks will span from this month through May. But… today being the 150th […]

Southern Unionists around Fredericksburg

December 8, 2012 by


As Sesqui events kick-off in Fredericksburg this weekend, leading-up to the anniversary of the battle this coming Thursday, I figured this would be a good subject to bring forward at this particular time. In retrospect, it might have been a good thing to do since the beginning of the Sesquicentennial… write short pieces, now and then, in conjunction […]


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