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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
By Strategic Book Group
This realistic story relives the battles and tells of the brave women who are left behind to survive as best they can without their men.
By Noir Dame Productions
Premiere of "Over Here, Over There", an audio play produced in honor of the 150th anniversary of Gettysburg; originally recorded live July 3rd, 2013. Story begins in Revolutionary War; finishes with modern veterans' experiences.
By Alexemi Publishing/Red Dobie Press
July 2, 2013 is the 150th anniversary of the historic battle at Little Round Top in Gettysburg PA and historical fiction novel, "Granite Hearts" is being offered free as a Kindle download to celebrate the Maine 20th Infantry Regiment's participation
By For the Historian
On Friday, June 28, 2013 at 6pm, For the Historian will host a meet-and-greet for Ken Osen, world-renowned master sculpture and W. Britain’s General Manager and Creative Director.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released the bestseller list for the month of May 2013. Michele Livingston's spiritual guidebook "Messages from Beyond" topped the list.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released "Keystone Tombstones Civil War" by Joe Farrell, Joe Farley and Lawrence Knorr. This special volume of the Keystone Tombstones series highlights Pennsylvania's contributions to restoring the Union and ending slavery.
By Bill Sullivan
The Hoosier Racing Tires Civil War Series is bringing high octane sprint car racing to Marysville Raceway Park on Saturday, May 25.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released author Douglas Gibboney's Civil War history compilation "More Scandals of the Civil War and Kindred Matters."
By Strategic Book Group
Insightful Book Looks at American Politics Since the Civil War
By Maple Creek Media
Murder mystery fans will rejoice in reading Connie White's newest novel that intertwines the investigation of a professor’s murder with the unprepared discovery of a family’s buried secrets.
By Strategic Book Group
Lovers of Westerns will thrill to this new series of suspense novels that spans four generations of law officers.
By New Shelves Distribution
The Good Man: The Civil War’s “Christian General” and His Fight for Racial Equality chronicles a man who was a century ahead of his time.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
A statewide traveling exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War's impact on North Carolina makes its final stop in Durham for a free library exhibit in May.
By New Shelves Distribution
A tense, taut, timely political thriller, Indivisible will be available wherever fine books are sold on May 7, 2013
By Strategic Book Group
Civil War Breaks Out After New Mexico Secedes from the U.S. in Stunning New Novel "For Richard...
By Tammi Knorr
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. -- Sunbury Press has released David Parmelee's first novel "The Sea Is a Thief." About the Book: "The Sea is a Thief" is set on Chincoteague, Virginia during the Civil War.
By Brighton Press Room
Author Daniel Taylor presents a mid-19th Century historically significant account of John D. Taylor, builder of Red Rover, the first US Navy hospital ship
By Jessica James
Award-winning historical fiction author Jessica James highlights the beauty of the written word In a Valentine’s Day e-book collection of poignant Civil War letters called FROM THE HEART.
Accomplished author, Joe Prentis is pleased to announce the release of Redemption, the prequel to his Renegade Book Series. The prequel came about from the request of many of his readers.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
Public libraries in Halifax and Stanly counties are hosting simultaneous displays of the statewide traveling exhibit commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Civil War in North Carolina.
By International Mapping Associates
International Mapping Associates & Equator Maps are excited to announce the release of their newest app, the Gettysburg Battle Map App for iPad. W
By Strategic Book Group
Fact-Based Novel Tells of Liberia’s Civil Wars, Quest for Justice, and Search for Truth
By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
The Walnut Creek Library Foundation will host a special evening of music and poetry that speak to the loyalties and bravery of the people of the American Civil War. Jan. 23, Walnut Creek Library, 1644 N. Broadway, Walnut Creek. Free.
By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
Master storyteller and Lincoln historian Arnold Kunst will present “The Wit and Wisdom of Abraham Lincoln,” designed for all audiences interested in a good laugh, with a dose of inspiration, Jan. 17, 6:30 pm, Walnut Creek Library.
By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
The Walnut Creek Library Foundation will host a screening of the documentary, “The True Story of Glory Continues,” followed by a panel discussion, January 14, 7pm, Oak View Room, Walnut Creek Library. Free.
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released a new edition of the book "General John Fulton Reynolds: His Biography, Words and Relations" by Lawrence Knorr, Michael A Riley and Diane E Watson.
By Walnut Creek Library Foundation
The Walnut Creek Library Foundation will host a special appearance by American historian Kevin Starr, Associate Dean of Libraries, USC, at the Lesher Center for the Arts on Monday, January 7, 2013, 7:30 p.m
By Strategic Book Group
Fact-Based Novel Tells of Liberia’s Civil Wars, Quest for Justice, and Search for Truth
By Tammi Knorr
Sunbury Press has released author C. James Gilbert's Civil War-era novel "A Deeper Sense of Loyalty" about a Southern cotton plantation owner's son who questions his father's ways.
By Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
Series written for children and young adults is a unique, thought-provoking way to revive American history.
By Brass Cannon Books
"The Queen Of Washington", published in 2011 as a hardbound book, is now available as an E-book in several formats, including Kindle. Nook and Kobo and is distributed worldwide with a suggested retail price of $16.50 (USD) or the equivalent.
By Cohasco, Inc.
A researcher has recently discovered original antique documents for the land under the World Trade Center. They are part of a unique 200-piece World Trade Center collection, in the Nov. 13th auction of Cohasco, Inc., Yonkers, N.Y.
By International Mapping
International Mapping & Equator Maps have released the Antietam Battle Map app for the iPad, providing a visual guide to understanding the events of this critical 1862 Civil War Battle.
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
The traveling “Freedom, Sacrifice, Memory” exhibit provides images of historic figures, artifacts and documents that brought the reality of the Civil War from the battlefront to the home front in North Carolina.
By Great Lakes Literary, LLC
Released on the eve of the 141st anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire, Plank Road Winter is a historical novel that looks at the impact of the Chicago Fire on two families, one from the city and one living on a farm in nearby Wisconsin.
By Western Gate Books
Web site for graphic novel "Republic" launches, begins countdown to publication of near-future, post-apocalyptic graphic novel of Texas versus UN forces.
By Laurel Historical Society
Marking the 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, the Laurel Museum displays a first person account of the battle. “Field of Carnage and Personal Sorrow” also features information on the Civil War and early war deaths in Laurel.
By John F. Blair, Publisher
James & Suzanne Gindlesperger, authors of SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW ANTIETAM? ($19.95, John F. Blair, September 2012), share 10 facts you didn't know about the Battle of Antietam, fought 150 years ago September 17, 2012.
By Western Gate Books
A recent interview with a County Judge in Lubbock Texas raises the specter of a UN-force invasion of a Texas Republic and shows a striking similarity to the plot of an upcoming graphic novel, "Republic."
By Katzenhaus Books
Carolyn Poling Schriber of Memphis is one of three finalists for the 2012 Author of the Year Award presented by the Military Writers Society of America (MWSA). The award is given for an author’s entire body of work judged on literary excellence.
By John F. Blair, Publisher
So You Think You Know Antietam? explores little-known stories behind the nation's Bloodiest Day.
By Mission Realty - The Randy Watson Team
Meet Guest SATXBLOG Author Celia Hayes at the CHF 150th Anniversary of the Battle of the Nueces on Saturday August 11, 2012
By ZDennis Media Group
Noted Visual Artist hosts Art of War Discussion and Q&A with Atlanta's Ongoing Civil War Series. Admission and parking are free and open to the public.
By ASHA Public Relations, LLC
Manassas Three-Day Event Features HistoryMobile, Living History Encampment, Stonewall Jackson’s Raid
By Wickman Historical Consultants
We research your Revolutionary War through Spanish-American War ancestors in order to provide you with a clear and concise history of their wartime experiences, in a one of a kind softcover book for your family to cherish for generations to come!
By North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
A selection of 24 images will be exhibited by the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources on simultaneous eastern and western routes across the state, part of a three-year tour of public libraries and museums.

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