Civil War Podcast, Episode 220

CORINTH (Part the Third)

“Key to Corinth” by Keith Rocco, depicting Colonel William P. Rogers of the 2nd Texas leading an assault on Battery Robinett.

In which we look at the action at the Battle of Corinth (Mississippi), which took place on October 3 & 4, 1862.

Our book recommendation for this episode is a magazine back issue: Blue & Gray Magazine, Volume 19 Issue 6 (Summer 2002). Article “Corinth, Mississippi: Crossroads of the Western Confederacy” by Stacy D. Allen.

Members Episode #63

LET’S MAKE A DEAL!

George Washington at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.

In which we look at what was behind the infamous Three-Fifths Compromise regarding slavery at the Constitutional Convention in 1787.

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! to all of our great listeners. As you might have guessed by now, we decided to take a break for the holidays, but we wanted to be sure to say “Thank you!!!” for a great 2017. We’re looking forward to spending the new year with you as we continue to make our way through the story of the Civil War.  For 2018, we have some exciting chapters in that story coming up on the podcast timeline- Fredericksburg… Chancellorsville… Vicksburg… and Gettysburg.  We can’t wait!

FYI

Hey, everyone- We’d wanted to get a members’ episode and a regular episode out to you this weekend, but Rich’s eye has been bothering him a bit so we decided to delay recording. Sorry!

Civil War Podcast, Episode 217

IUKA

Lewis Henry Little (1817-1862)

In which we discuss the action at the Battle of Iuka (Mississippi), which took place on September 19, 1862.

Our book recommendation for this episode is “The Darkest Days of the War: The Battles of Iuka & Corinth” by Peter Cozzens.

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