Edward S. Alexander

Edward S. Alexander is a park ranger at Pamplin Historical Park and the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier, site of the Breakthrough Battlefield in Petersburg, Virginia. His work in preserving, maintaining, and interpreting these grounds allows him to guide readers across this hallowed ground. Read More...

 

Charles R. Knight

Charles R. Knight is a native of Richmond, Virginia. He is a former Historical Interpreter at New Market Battlefield State Historical Park, and currently serves as the curator of the Douglas MacArthur Memorial. Read More...

 

William J. Miller

William J. Miller is a writer, teacher, and preservationist. Read More...

 

James W. Finck

James Finck was raised in Virginia where he developed a love of the Civil War. He received his undergraduate degree in history at the College of William and Mary, a masterís degree at Virginia Tech, and his Ph.D. at the University of Arkansas. Read More...

 

F. Ray Sibley, Jr.

F. Ray Sibley, Jr. received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Southeastern Louisiana University in Hammond, Louisiana, and worked for nearly 50 years as an educator in St. Tammany Parish. Read More...

 

Gary W. Moore

Gary W. Moore is known worldwide as an inspirational and motivational speaker of choice, successful entrepreneur, accomplished musician, and award-winning and critically acclaimed author. Read More...

 

W. Davis Waters

W. Davis Waters was born in Bennettsville, South Carolina, and grew up in Hampton, Virginia. In 1972, he received his MA degree at Wake Forest University and that same summer he attended the 13th Annual Seminar for Historical Administrators at Colonial Williamsburg. Read More...

 

Paul L. Rempe

Paul L. Rempe earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in History at Marquette University in Milwaukee. He continued his graduate studies at Stony Brook University in New York where he received a Ph.D. in History. Read More...

 

Dan Van Haften

Dan Van Haften lives in Batavia, Illinois. He has BS, with high honor, and MS degrees in mathematics from Michigan State University, and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. Read More...

 

Scott L. Mingus, Sr.

Scott L. Mingus, Sr. is a scientist and executive in the paper and printing industry. He maintains a popular blog on the Civil War history of his home in York County, PA, for the York Daily Record Read More...

 

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