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Kentucky State Monument at Chickamauga National Military Park

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A New Book on Chickamauga

Well I have not posted anything for quite awhile. I have a really good excuse though. I have been writing a book on the monuments of Chickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. This book is similar to the Shiloh book. … Continue reading

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Recently I made a research trip to Chickamauga/Chattanooga National Military Park. As part of my research, I traveled across the battlefields taking photos of the monuments. You will be happy to know that I do not use my own photography … Continue reading

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