Historic road trip down the John Mosby Highway

Historic road trip down the John Mosby Highway

Today’s post is taken from the Mosby Heritage Area Association newsletter concerning sites located along or near the John Mosby Highway – Route 50. This is a beautiful corridor that looks much the same as it did during the Civil War. It makes a great day...
Off topic: A walk in the woods

Off topic: A walk in the woods

The path we walk tothe old log cabin. There’s a golden tint in the air these days even if the leaves have only just begun to take on an autumn hue. The humidity has finally dropped and there is the definite feel of fall in the air. It’s my favorite time of...
Experience a Civil War raid at new exhibit

Experience a Civil War raid at new exhibit

 Visitors will see signs ofMorgan’s raiding party. Summer is drawing to a close, but there’s still time to take your family on a vacation they will never forget. No, I’m not talking about the beach. (As an historical fiction author, I would...
SCV’s role in saving Manassas Battlefield

SCV’s role in saving Manassas Battlefield

I received this information in an e-mail and thought I would post it for those who are not aware of the good things the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) organization has done throughout the years. It’s especially timely since I just did a book signing in...
Yes, Black Confederates really existed

Yes, Black Confederates really existed

Since there are still those in the world of academia who refuse to believe (or teach) that African Americans served in the Confederate army, I thought I’d post a link to this interesting story from NPR. After years of research, the woman in this story and her...
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