Monthly Archives: May 2012

The Battle of Williamsburg at 150

 
Smile, Drew!

The American Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration is currently churning its way up the Virginia Peninsula far faster than George McClellan and his army.  Unlike the Virginia Creeper, who failed in his objective to take Richmond, the modern commemoration of the events of 1862 seem to be achieving its goals—educate the public, honor the actions [...]

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