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Was The South Ever Confederate, Anyway?

The old arguments over the Confederate battle flag (pride or racist symbol, or both), intensified after a photograph surfaced of a mass murderer in Charleston, South Carolina, holding one. This war retrospective, by contemporary Knoxville journalist Jack Neely, whose title … Continue reading

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East Tennessee around Knoxville

This photo of the wet-weather terrain around Knoxville is a good representation of the region. Gives you a sense of the rural side of the place in case you’ve never been there, also like what the soldiers of 1863 knew … Continue reading

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“My Office Is A Battlefield”

Post-war reconciliation monument by the veterans of the principal defenders of the Northwest Bastion. From Knoxville law professor Glenn Reynolds whose office is in the Fort Sanders neighborhood—the development that’s all that’s left of the old fort and environs—which now … Continue reading

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Instalanch for Knoxville 1863

Good old Glenn Reynolds, the Instapundit (who also lives in Knoxville), acknowledged the review copy I sent him and posted its title and the Amazon link on Wednesday morning. I wondered why Amazon had the ebook (at one point) ranked … Continue reading

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