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Age of Revolutions is rolling out a series on Native Americans

If you don’t already follow the Age of Revolutions blog, keep an eye out for a series of posts they’re rolling out over the next seven weeks.  Each piece looks at a dimension of the Native American experience in the American Revolution.  The contributors include some of my favorite historians, so I was doubly honored and excited when AoR’s editors invited me to join in.

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Dusting off Civil War Bookshelf

It looks like Dimitri Rotov is blogging again after more than a year on hiatus.  And he’s just as dissatisfied as ever with the state of Civil War historiography.

I’ve always found his posts stimulating, even when I disagree with him (which is often).  It’s nice to see him back at the keyboard.

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Sweet!

I’m both surprised and pleased to inform you that the folks at Civil War Talk have picked Past in the Present as one of the best ACW-related blogs of 2012.  Click here to read the complete list of honorees.  It’s pretty nifty to be included in a list of such fantastic websites.  Thanks, guys!

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