I’ve got some fun news for nonPennsylvania residents. Being originally from the Keystone State, I’ve had the opportunity to zip down to Gettysburg on weekends and for the anniversaries to take part in the Battle Walks. Usually, they’re two-three hours in length and cover a mile or two of ground (or more, if you’re withRead More
I’m not really a huge fan of asking for donations or grubbing for money. The Civil War Daily Gazette is my own project and I’m funding it myself (the costs of running it are probably less than $5 a month). However, while some of my resources are available for free online (diaries, memoirs, Official Records,Read More
In an attempt to catch up with the rest of the world, I’ve created a Twitter account for the Civil War Daily Gazette. You can follow my updates, comment, discuss, etc etc. You can also check us out on Facebook (if you haven’t already), posting links to the blog and photos.
The 150th anniversary of the American Civil War is quickly approaching. The conflict lasted from 1861 to 1865. 2011 is its sesquicentennial. To mark this event, I wanted to do something to further my knowledge of the war as a whole – not just the study of specific battles or biographies, but a way toRead More