Civil War Era Studies
I went on a tour a few Sundays ago. It was very tough to explain exactly what I had done (in sensible terms) with my coworkers when I came into the office the next Monday morning. Not just very tough, but embarrassingly tough.
THEM: "What did you do this weekend, John?"
ME: "Well, Sunday I went on a tour of places on the Gettysburg battlefield where one specific photo wasn't taken-"
THEM: *blank stare* [excerpt]
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Rudy, John M., "Why The "Harvest of Death" Doesn't Matter (And Why It Does)" (2012). Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public. 109.