A couple of Living History Reenactor links to add today. Company C, 12th Georgia Infantry
and the Flatlander's Mess
are given permanent links today. Read and enjoy...
Here are the winners of the book giveaway, sponsored by Simon & Schuster Publishing, "Strike The Tent..." and my regular blog, "The Blazer Blog
." Gabor Boritt's book, "The Gettysburg Gospel," goes to Casey Fenn of Mecklenburg, NC. "Lincoln & Chief Justice Taney," by James F. Simon goes to Lewis J. Williams of Bellingham, WA, and "Union 1812," by A.J. Langguth goes to Celeste MacDougall of Belfast, ME. I had 570 entries from 47 states and 3 foreign countries. Thanks for the interest, and if I am lucky enough to receive more free books, I'll be sure to have another giveaway.
I've taken the profile name no longer being used by an anonymous individual who was making some disparaging remarks regarding the City Council Here. "Brains for NA" will only be a profile name, no new blog attached to it, and will only be taken to direct readers to this blog. I hope it works.
I've added "The Delaware Civil War History Project
" to the Civil War Links section in the right column. Prof. Led by Thomas J. Reed of the Widener University School of Law, it specializes in Delaware CW history, and other events in that area. I have also added "Civil War Gazette
," and "Bull Runnings
," by Harry Smeltzer, in the Civil War Blogs section. Read, enjoy, and participate!
In conjunction with Simon & Schuster Publishers, this blog and my "normal" blog "The Blazer Blog
" are offering to give away three new books - "The Gettysburg Gospel
," by Gabor Boritt, "Lincoln & Chief Justice Taney
," by James F. Simon, and "Union 1812
," by A.J. Langguth. If you are interested in any of the books, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, address, and book preference. A drawing will be held on November 18th, 2006.