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I am a lifelong student of military history with particular interest in the Battle of Antietam. I work for the federal government in Washington DC and have two young adult children who I love very much. I currently volunteer at Antietam and devote much time to the study of this battle and the Maryland Campaign. I enjoy collecting notable contemporary quotations by and about the men of Antietam. Since 2013 I have been conducting in depth research on the regular artillery companies of the Union Army and their leaders. I hope to turn this into a book on this subject in the future. My perspective comes from a 28-year career in the U.S. Army. Travels took me to World War II battlefields in Europe and the Pacific where American valor ended the tyranny of Nazism and Empire. But our country faced its own greatest challenge 80 years earlier during the Civil War. And it was the critical late summer of 1862, when Robert E. Lee launched the Maryland Campaign. It is an incredible story of drama, carnage, bravery, and missed opportunities that culminated around the fields and woodlots of peaceful Sharpsburg MD. So join me as I make this journey South from the North Woods.

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Quote of the day has moved

Over the past three years of this blog's existence, my quote of the day feature has gone through several evolutions.  Since Antietam Voices is my forum for articulating the words of people who experience the Maryland Campaign, I have decided to move that column over to that blog and endeavor to actually place a new quote there every day.  Unlike SFTNWs, the post will be permanent and not disappear after I update it.  So journey over to Antietam Voices and take a look at the quote for today

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