Book signing at 150th Fairfax Raid commemoration

Book signing at 150th Fairfax Raid commemoration

March 8, 1863. John S. Mosby150 years ago, Brigadier General Edwin H. Stoughton of the 2nd Vermont Brigade, was captured from his bed in Fairfax Courthouse, Virginia, by Confederate Ranger Major John S. Mosby.Mosby also captured 20 men and 55 horses–without a...
Mosby’s Famous Fairfax Raid

Mosby’s Famous Fairfax Raid

The Fairfax Raid by Mort KunstlerAs I told everyone on my Facebook Fan Page, I will be doing a book signing in Fairfax on March 9, as part of the city’s reenactment and commemoration of Confederate John S. Mosby’s renowned raid during the Civil War.On the night...
Hearts at War: Book signing at museum

Hearts at War: Book signing at museum

I have been remiss in not writing about my last book signing at the Washington County Museum of Fine Art – but in my defense, I was putting finishing touches on my next novel, Above and Beyond.The museum is located in Hagerstown, Md., and the...
Civil War love letters are ‘From the Heart’

Civil War love letters are ‘From the Heart’

Valentine’s Day is approaching! Want to read some romance? From the Heart: Love Stories and Letters from the Civil War is an e-book I’ve put together that includes beautifully written and poignant love letters from the Civil War.Today, no form of...
150th Anniversary of Mosby’s 1st Rendezvous

150th Anniversary of Mosby’s 1st Rendezvous

Mt. Zion ChurchOn January 26, 1863, sixteen gray-clad riders gathered at the small brick church located at the intersection of the Old Carolina Road and Little River Turnpike near Aldie, Va.The group was a very special detail of the 1st Virginia Cavalry under former...
 

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