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By Forlorn Hope Publishing
Forget everything you thought you knew about Civil War fiction.
By Oatlands
African Americans were denied their freedom during the time of slavery.  They were denied their names, ancestral history, and family connections. They were denied their story.
By Loiacono Literary Agency
A darkly ironic antebellum mystery/drama set in Turkle, Mississippi, 1859-61,
By Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum
LANCASTER, PA – Come and touch an artifact that President Lincoln touched. The statement is powerful and Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum will make it happen for the public, free of charge, on Charter Day, March 8, from noon to 5 p.m.
By Arcadia Publishing
Douglas Crenshaw will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Hartford Evergreen Lodge #88 South Windsor CT
Hartford Evergreen Lodge will present Kevin Johnson as William Webb, an African-American Civil War Soldier from Connecticut at the Hartford Evergreen Lodge at 1559 Main Street, South Windsor Connecticut on January 5th, 2014 at 7:30PM.
By Arcadia Publishing
Ken Robison will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Loiacono Literary Agency
Wild Wolf Publishing of Great Britain has acquired Ed Protzel’s novel The Lies that Bind, a darkly ironic antebellum mystery/drama set in Turkle, Mississippi, 1859-61.
By Collective Development Inc.
The Lansing based production company Collective Development Inc. creates motion picture content for international distribution. Their distribution division licenses film content from their growing library to foreign and domestic territories.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Bennett Place State Historic Site has a Sept. 30 deadline for raising enough money to buy an adjoining piece of wooded land near the Durham farm site, which was the location of the Civil War's largest troop surrender.
By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of Bentley Gates' new dramatic novel of the Civil War period, "The Hanging of Dr. Hanson."
By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
What Was the Civil War Life on a Personal Level? Explore That in These Letter From the Front
By Kenosha Civil War Museum
Immerse yourself into civil war history, 7th Annual Great Lakes Civil War Forum, 1864: Hard and Total War, Enjoy presentations from four well-known civil war speakers, lunch and admission to the all exhibits
By AmeriMusic, Inc.
Douglas Jimerson and the Civil Comrades sing and perform songs of the Civil War at Ft. Stevens, 13th and Georgia Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20011 on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 10:30 AM. This is the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ft. Stevens.
By 15th Infantry Regiment Association
Kennesaw National Battlefield Park New Monument Dedication to Soldiers on 27 June
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released C. James Gilbert's second novel "A Darker Shade of Freedom."
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn's history "Freemasons at Gettysburg."
By Mandarin Museum
Rare Artifacts From Civil War Steamship Sunk By A Conferederate Mine Will Be Displayed Free To The Public At The Mandarin Museum From April 4 - December 28
By Brighton Publishing LLC
In a biographical account that inspires and educates, author Daniel Taylor delivers “Grey Blue Water”—a journey of the early American entrepreneurial spirit told through the eyes of legendary shipbuilder and riverboat captain, John
By Civil War Museum, Kenosha, WI
Campaigns of ’63: Gettysburg, and, Vicksburg, The Union Army’s, Greatest Victories. Now Showing through March 30, 2014.

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By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
Picture two teenage boys who don’t want to miss out on fighting in a war. Now picture that conflict to be the Civil War, one of the most deadly wars in American history.
By Newsleader.com
The Journey through Hallowed Ground will hold its first Living Legacy tree-planting ceremony of the year April 12
By Forlorn Hope Publishing
Forget everything you thought you knew about Civil War fiction.
By Oatlands
African Americans were denied their freedom during the time of slavery.  They were denied their names, ancestral history, and family connections. They were denied their story.
By Badgley Publishing Company
An amazing look into our past and the how this husband and wife communicated during one of the most tumultuous times in our nation’s history.
By Loiacono Literary Agency
A darkly ironic antebellum mystery/drama set in Turkle, Mississippi, 1859-61,
By Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum
LANCASTER, PA – Come and touch an artifact that President Lincoln touched. The statement is powerful and Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum will make it happen for the public, free of charge, on Charter Day, March 8, from noon to 5 p.m.
By Arcadia Publishing
Douglas Crenshaw will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released "The Death Machine," Charles K. Godfrey's sequel to the bestselling "The Final Charge."
By Collective Development Inc.
The new Ridley Scott and David W. Zucker, Civil War series ordered up by PBS is proof positive that the genre is experiencing a new interest with the public.
By Hartford Evergreen Lodge #88 South Windsor CT
Hartford Evergreen Lodge will present Kevin Johnson as William Webb, an African-American Civil War Soldier from Connecticut at the Hartford Evergreen Lodge at 1559 Main Street, South Windsor Connecticut on January 5th, 2014 at 7:30PM.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Special interactive webcasts filmed at state historic sites and state history museums provide information on North Carolina's history, culture and heritage appropriate for students in grades 4 through 12.
By Arcadia Publishing
Ken Robison will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By Loiacono Literary Agency
Wild Wolf Publishing of Great Britain has acquired Ed Protzel’s novel The Lies that Bind, a darkly ironic antebellum mystery/drama set in Turkle, Mississippi, 1859-61.
By Collective Development Inc.
The Lansing based production company Collective Development Inc. creates motion picture content for international distribution. Their distribution division licenses film content from their growing library to foreign and domestic territories.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Bennett Place State Historic Site has a Sept. 30 deadline for raising enough money to buy an adjoining piece of wooded land near the Durham farm site, which was the location of the Civil War's largest troop surrender.
By Savant Books and Publications
Savant Books and Publications LLC, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, announces the release of Bentley Gates' new dramatic novel of the Civil War period, "The Hanging of Dr. Hanson."
By Author Marketing Ideas
About the Book Carolyn Boyd’s novel The Langston Saga spans one hundred years as it melds two families’ lives with history, recounting the story of the west, inspired by stories passed down from her great-grandparents.
By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
What Was the Civil War Life on a Personal Level? Explore That in These Letter From the Front
By Kenosha Civil War Museum
Immerse yourself into civil war history, 7th Annual Great Lakes Civil War Forum, 1864: Hard and Total War, Enjoy presentations from four well-known civil war speakers, lunch and admission to the all exhibits
By AmeriMusic, Inc.
Douglas Jimerson and the Civil Comrades sing and perform songs of the Civil War at Ft. Stevens, 13th and Georgia Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20011 on Saturday, July 12, 2014 at 10:30 AM. This is the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Ft. Stevens.
By 15th Infantry Regiment Association
Kennesaw National Battlefield Park New Monument Dedication to Soldiers on 27 June
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released C. James Gilbert's second novel "A Darker Shade of Freedom."
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released Sheldon Munn's history "Freemasons at Gettysburg."
By Mandarin Museum
Rare Artifacts From Civil War Steamship Sunk By A Conferederate Mine Will Be Displayed Free To The Public At The Mandarin Museum From April 4 - December 28
By Brighton Publishing LLC
In a biographical account that inspires and educates, author Daniel Taylor delivers “Grey Blue Water”—a journey of the early American entrepreneurial spirit told through the eyes of legendary shipbuilder and riverboat captain, John
By Humanity Helping Sudan Project
Humanity Helping Sudan Project was started by Manyang Reath, a finalist in VH1's Do Something Awards. Beyonce, Bono, Ben Affleck are supporters.
By Civil War Museum, Kenosha, WI
Campaigns of ’63: Gettysburg, and, Vicksburg, The Union Army’s, Greatest Victories. Now Showing through March 30, 2014.
By Sunbury Press, Inc.
Sunbury Press has released Ted Brusaw's Civil War novel "The Roar of Battle."
By Karen Morris
Author-Historian Jay Wertz will be a guest speaker at the 9th Annual Sarasota World War II Conference, being held at the Helmsley Sandcastle Hotel, 1540 Benjamin Franlin Drive, on Lido Beach, Sarasota, Florida, beginning Wednesday 7pm, January 29th...
By BookBuzz.net
Lincoln’s Story: The Wayfarer is a new book released by an Arizona author that set’s out to answer questions about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author shares the history using stunning, vintage images
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The latest volume of historical papers covers the final year and a half of Zebulon B. Vance's governorship, including the end of the Civil War.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors team up to share the history of the foundry using stunning images
By pricecost.net
Six years ago, when Civil War historian William O'Connell died, the book he spent over twenty years writing was lost. The missing manuscript, recently recovered from an old computer, is now being edited to be published.
By Strategic Book Group
Experience Life in the Civil War as Viewed by a Drummer Boy in New Historical Novel
By Arcadia Publishing
Local authors share the stories of the war using vintage images
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
North Carolina's first regiment of African American soldiers was formed in New Bern six months after the Emancipation Proclamation allowed their enlistment in the U.S. Army. A highway historical marker honoring them will be dedicated Nov. 9.
By Richard DeLong Adams
Author and Longtime Hollywood Screenwriter Richard DeLong Adams Takes Up Challenge of Updating Twain's Classic Characters of American Literature, Placing Them at Dawn of American Civil War
By Brighton Press Room
Chock-full of significant historical events and a host of fascinating characters, author Daniel Taylor delivers a remarkable biographical account of the life and times of legendary shipbuilder and Mississippi riverboat captain, John Douglas Taylor
By Arcadia Publishing
Joan L. Markel will be available to sign copies of pictorial history
By SUNBURY PRESS, INC
Sunbury Press has released Jim Dohren's compilation "Letters from a Shoebox: The Civil War Correspondence of John Huffman, David Huffman and William Bowman."
By Meng & Company
Civil War Trust announces national campaign to recognize Civil War battlefields as living memorials to the service of all American soldiers, past and present
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
"Lay My Burden Down: Freedom and Legacies of the Civil War" is the second of three conferences during North Carolina’s 150th Civil War anniversary observance.
By Alexemi Publishing/Red Dobie Press
New historical fiction novel Summer Rose, set during the US Civil War, weaves this interesting untold piece of US war history into a romantic and sweeping tale available free on Kindle 8-29-13.
By Warren Publishing, Inc.
Gone with the Wind-esque novel is steeped in Civil War history, reminiscent of Mitchell's Scarlett O'Hara
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The "Freedom for All" exhibit explains how securing freedom was more of a process than a single act or proclamation, and its explores North Carolina's role in that process.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
This free program lets visitors learn about the variety of research materials available in the State Library and see how North Carolina’s elected officials led the state from their offices at the Capitol throughout the Civil War.
By Arcadia Publishing
Local author shares war stories from the area through striking, vintage images
By Live Tribute Productions
Abe Lincoln, Mark Twain to Elvis, Dean Martin and Roy Orbison Live on Stage


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