Category Archives: Civil War on film

Of Maps and Men: Lieutenant Ambrose Bierce and Captain Levi T. Scofield

As I noted in my previous blog, right now in Middle Tennessee we are commemorating the sesquicentennial of the Autumn Campaign, which included actions at Columbia, Springhill (or Spring Hill as they put during the War), Franklin and Nashville.  Having … Continue reading

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An Execution in Alabama

Something recently came across my cluttered work-desk which put me thinking about one of my favorite authors and, incidentally, one of the great writers of American letters, Ambrose Bierce. The object in question was an audio gem produced by a … Continue reading

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