Award winning author Steve French discusses a guerilla band of Confederates known as McNeill’s Rangers. Captain John Hanson McNeill’s Confederate forces roamed western Virginia (now West Virginia) striking terror into Federal officers as they harassed them, keeping them off guard.
Award winning author Steve French offers his take on Confederate spy Belle Boyd. Belle Boyd, who lived in Martinsburg, Virginia (now West Virginia) is one of the most interesting female characters of the entire war.
Dr. Edward Steers, the country’s leading authority on the subject, discusses the Military tribunal of the Lincoln Conspirators from the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Dr. Steers gives the listeners his take on the controversial Dr. Mudd, and about both Mary and John Surratt.
Dr. Edward Steers, the country’s leading authority on the subject, discusses the Assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Steers has investigated this topic for forty years. His book “Blood on the Moon” is one of the most respected accounts of the assassination.
Author C. W. Whitehair talks about Pickett’s Charge at Gettysburg, which occurred on July 3, 1863. His impression of the battle comes from accounts of soldiers present including one of his own relatives.