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General Civil War Talk > Odd posts? (3 replies - 356 views)

That's too bad. I only peruse 3 different CW forums,(this being one of them) and I've never been a big poster on any. In the ...   Tue Jun 23rd, 2015 02:59 pm

General Civil War Talk > Odd posts? (3 replies - 356 views)

Is anybody else getting a bunch of odd posts on this forum? I've noticed several in the past couple of weeks. They look like someone ...   Thu Jun 18th, 2015 10:25 pm

Other Western Theater and Trans-Miss. > 1864 Red River (15 replies - 12044 views)

Great synopsis Colonel Coffee. I've been aware of the Red River Campaign for years, but I am just now researching some details. During this campaign, ...   Mon Jun 15th, 2015 06:15 am

Other Western Theater and Trans-Miss. > My Hometown Hero! Till the bitter end... (0 replies - 124 views)

CAPTAIN JAMES HENRY TEVIS, ARIZONA SCOUTS Photo courtesy of the William J. Kelly Collection. http://azrebel.tripod.com/teviscaptain.PNG By Robert P. Perkins (emphasis mine) Excerpt 1: After the retreat of the Union forces ...   Sun Jun 14th, 2015 08:59 pm

General Civil War Talk > Third Corps ANV question. (0 replies - 204 views)

Hey All, I have had an interest in AP Hill's Light Division for years. I have always believed their finest hour came during the last hours ...   Fri May 29th, 2015 06:05 pm

Civil War Preservation > Civil War in the Southwest Trail (2 replies - 1043 views)

Hi all, Just wanted to drop by and let everyone know about our New Civil War exhibit at Picacho Peak State Park. It's a 400 foot, ...   Tue Apr 7th, 2015 08:27 pm

Announcements and Notices > Purge Coming (33 replies - 17679 views)

I'm still here! ...   Tue Apr 15th, 2014 10:07 pm

General Civil War Talk > What next? (0 replies - 885 views)

Hey all, It's good to see the forum back! Looks like things are little slow so I'll get my 2 cents in.:P We've been through about half ...   Sat Aug 3rd, 2013 12:28 am

Civil War Books > Civil War books (3 replies - 1887 views)

Just got "Fighting for the Confederacy", that is my next read. I'm looking forward to it but it will be awhile. I've just started Coddingtons ...   Sat Jul 6th, 2013 02:37 am

Announcements and Notices > CWi to close (12 replies - 6579 views)

Thanks Javal. As short as my time here was, I did enjoy it. Best to you. ...   Wed Apr 17th, 2013 05:00 am

General Civil War Talk > Reenactment Time! (5 replies - 2300 views)

Thanks for the follow-up. :) The reenactment went very well. The battles were fought with energy and precision by our dedicated reenactors. The crowd numbered over 5000 ...   Mon Apr 1st, 2013 01:08 am

General Civil War Talk > Reenactment Time! (5 replies - 2300 views)

Been waiting all year and have spent the last month prepping the park. This weekend (16th and 17th) our Civil War in the Southwest reenactment comes ...   Fri Mar 15th, 2013 02:22 pm

General Civil War Talk > Here's our Howitzer! (2 replies - 1505 views)

Hellcat says: Which park? Were at Picacho Peak State Park. (about midway between Tucson and Phoenix on I-10). There was a skirmish here in 1862. Three ...   Mon Feb 18th, 2013 02:09 pm

General Civil War Talk > Here's our Howitzer! (2 replies - 1505 views)

Finally got the Mountain Howitzer for our Park Civil War Memorial! Here's a pic of the cannon maker (Mr. Strick) and myself.)(90 ...   Mon Feb 18th, 2013 03:00 am

General Civil War Talk > Those Armies Which We Admire... (40 replies - 16107 views)

My vote is the Army of Northern Virginia as an all time favorite, followed by the Army of the Potomac. ...   Tue Dec 25th, 2012 02:21 pm

General Civil War Talk > "Artillery Action" (8 replies - 4511 views)

pender wrote: William Thomas Poague at the Wilderness. Agreed, that was an excellent example of drawing a line in the sand. (gonna have to re-read that account) ...   Thu Nov 29th, 2012 11:02 pm

Civil War Books > The Battle of the Wilderness - Gordon Rhea (20 replies - 9656 views)

Interesting. Was Bull Run, 2nd Manasass, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, The Mule Shoe or Cold Harbor devastating? Arguments could be made either way. My guess would be yes and ...   Mon Nov 12th, 2012 05:44 am

Civil War Books > The Battle of the Wilderness - Gordon Rhea (20 replies - 9656 views)

Hellcat said: Wasn't there something about Lee hearing that Longstreet had been injured and was afraid he might be dead then after the battle he ordered ...   Fri Nov 9th, 2012 11:19 pm

Civil War Books > The Battle of the Wilderness - Gordon Rhea (20 replies - 9656 views)

The Wilderness is one of my favorite battles but I'm not as informed as I should be. I will have to consider this book. One ...   Fri Nov 9th, 2012 02:10 am

Introductions > New to this Forum (11 replies - 11146 views)

Welcome on board PSOBrien and Darryl! Your around a good bunch here. Looking forward to your contributions! ...   Tue Oct 23rd, 2012 10:31 pm

Other Civil War Talk > A Great Civil War Trip (10 replies - 5110 views)

Thanks for the info captain. Speaking of snakes, this pesky little critter surprised me yesterday. (3 to 4 feet away). ...   Sun Oct 21st, 2012 05:56 pm

Other Civil War Talk > A Great Civil War Trip (10 replies - 5110 views)

Captain Crow said: Nice! Love the far west stuff. Been to Glorietta pass, NM? No, not yet. I have been studying Picacho Pass, Stanwix Station, Dragoon and ...   Sun Oct 21st, 2012 05:21 pm

Other Civil War Talk > A Great Civil War Trip (10 replies - 5110 views)

This one was a small battle fought in 1862. The California Column was fighting the Chiricahua Apaches while trying to secure Apache Spring for the ...   Sun Oct 21st, 2012 03:43 pm

Other Civil War Talk > A Great Civil War Trip (10 replies - 5110 views)

Great idea for a thread. I've only had the opportunity to view a handful of Battlefields back east. My fav would be our 2007 trip to Gettysburg. ...   Wed Oct 17th, 2012 03:43 pm

General Civil War Talk > Read a Good History Book Lately? (2 replies - 1323 views)

Well said Rodriguez. I agree that more History should be read. It is through History that we can understand the great sacrifice that was made ...   Wed Oct 17th, 2012 01:10 am

General Civil War Talk > Gettysburg trip, (4 replies - 1903 views)

I also posted this on another forum: Hey all, I'm looking for the advice of you Gettysburg Veterans. I'm trying to organize my trip to the Gettysburg ...   Thu Sep 6th, 2012 09:39 pm

General Civil War Talk > Gen. A. P. Hill, Division or Corps? (5 replies - 2367 views)

I was wondering of the opinion of other board members. Gen. A. P. Hill seemed to be so aggressive and performed well during the first ...   Wed Sep 5th, 2012 05:12 am

Other Western Theater and Trans-Miss. > Confederate Graves out West, (3 replies - 2547 views)

I would guess that few have Pender. I just want to make sure ya'll Easterners know that us Westerners were a part of the American ...   Sun Aug 26th, 2012 02:28 am

General Civil War Talk > Put You on the Spot: What's Your Favorite "Part" of the Civil War? (33 replies - 13729 views)

Tuff Question! There are so many interesting facets to the war. Since I have referred to it repeatedly over the years, I guess I would say the ...   Sun Aug 26th, 2012 12:25 am

Other Western Theater and Trans-Miss. > Confederate Graves out West, (3 replies - 2547 views)

I posted this in another forum as well: On May 5th, 1862 Confederate Soldiers, that were stationed in Tucson, were attacked by Apaches at Dragoon Springs ...   Sat Aug 25th, 2012 11:48 pm

Robert E. Lee > Gary Gallagher "Remembering Robert E. Lee" (6 replies - 4778 views)

BHR62 Said: "his army was able to gather large amounts of supplies in Pennsylvania to keep his army going. Virginia had become war ravaged to where ...   Sun Aug 19th, 2012 11:58 pm

Robert E. Lee > Gary Gallagher "Remembering Robert E. Lee" (6 replies - 4778 views)

The more I know, the less I REALLY know. Over the years I have found, in my studies, that General Lee was TRULY a gentleman. His ...   Thu Aug 16th, 2012 05:24 am

General Civil War Talk > "Artillery Action" (8 replies - 4511 views)

At heart I'm an Artilleryman. Which got me to thinking about some "favorite" artillery actions that you may have that occurred during the Civil War. ...   Tue Aug 7th, 2012 05:48 pm

General Civil War Talk > Rotov: In Praise of Slow Marching (6 replies - 2708 views)

Interesting aspect that I have not considered much. I'll look in detail to Rotovs commentary. Off the top of my head, I would believe that a ...   Tue May 15th, 2012 01:28 pm

Battle of Gettysburg > Civil War armies compared to Europe (16 replies - 8397 views)

Of course I'm biased! Combined, we would have stomped the snot out of any Army on earth! (and did: Revolution, 1812 (but it was close), ...   Mon May 14th, 2012 02:57 pm

Civil War Preservation > 150th Anniversary of Picacho Pass (0 replies - 2017 views)

(This a repost that I submitted on another forum as well) Good Morning respected forum members! I'm just dropping off a note to remind everyone that today, ...   Sun Apr 15th, 2012 01:18 pm

General Civil War Talk > Missed Opportunities (4 replies - 2163 views)

Agreed, However, Like any other enterprise they are out to make money. It's obvious that most Americans are dumbed down significantly in terms of History. ...   Tue Mar 13th, 2012 04:52 am

Other People of the Civil War > A.P. HILLS LIGHT DIVISION (72 replies - 33394 views)

pender wrote: Gentlemen, Since I brought up Georgia. I would like to ask a question? As all know when A.P.Hill was promoted at the death of ...   Mon Mar 12th, 2012 08:51 pm

The Battle of Franklin > Franklin Charge (23 replies - 13917 views)

I pretty much agree with most points already mentioned. But I do think the war in the east, indeed, determined the wars outcome. The Union was ...   Thu Nov 17th, 2011 06:58 am

William T. Sherman > Sherman - First commandant of L.S.U. (11 replies - 6417 views)

Wow, my computer and me are not getting along! This is the 4th try to make this post. Forgive my impatience in the upcoming diatribe. ...   Thu Nov 10th, 2011 07:40 am


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