…is coming out this fall. Cool!
Category Archives: Historiography
Carl Borick has a new book out, examining the plight of Revolutionary War prisoners in the South. This one ought to be worth a read. Borick previously published a book on the 1780 siege of Charleston, which I recommend, and organized a fantastic temporary exhibit on the occupation of that city at the Charleston Museum.
Dr. Paul Bergeron probably knows more about Andrew Johnson than anyone else does, so his newest book ought to be well worth a read. Check out this article on Bergeron’s work in the Knoxville News Sentinel.
…over at the Abraham Lincoln Institute blog, in case anybody’s interested in reading them.
Ed Bearss is a living legend when it comes to the history of the Civil War, so it was about time somebody asked him to name his favorite books on the subject. I think his choices were pretty good. Check it out.
That’s the question I ponder at a new piece I’ve written for the Abraham Lincoln Institute blog. See what you think, and feel free to add your comments over at that site.
I’ve enjoyed having the opportunity to pitch in over at the Institute blog, both as a contributor and editor. Let me take this opportunity to ask that you make it one of your regular online stops if you’re a history blog reader, and to add it to your blogroll if you’re a history blog writer. In the near future we’ll be posting some interviews with Lincoln scholars and other material of interest, so check it out.