Category Archives: General Hooker

THRILLED AT RESACA: An Old Masterpiece of the Civil War Restored

Having┬ádevoted several years working on a book about Ambrose Bierce and the Civil War and spending the last several months wrapping things up on that project–which has included combing archives and other resources for appropriate illustrations–it caught my attention when … Continue reading

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Fifty Shades of Blue: Sex and the Single Soldier

While it should be obvious–since everyone living today who can trace an ancestor to the Civil War is in existence–the fact is that great-great grandpa and grandma had sex; in fact, judging from the size of nineteenth century families, they … Continue reading

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