Civil War Battlefields

The men are gone now, the last of them died off many decades ago. The battlefields themselves show the changes of time, it is a rare place that looks much as it did over 140 years ago. Still, when our imaginations gaze upon the land where these men lived fought and died, they live again in our hearts and souls, not just random numbers in casualty lists, but real flesh and blood men and women

My Civil War Battlefields Blog What I'm Working On Right Now From battlefield adventures to stuff I'm writing about. If you know anything about anything that I should know about, please email me at [email protected] Criticism and site suggestions cheerfully received and acknowledged, as well as info on re-enactments, events, and what not. Plus, any info on any of the men who served in or under:
  • a) Battery Dantzler
  • b) Southside (Virginia) Artillery, Captain J. W. Drewry
  • c) Johnston (Virginia) Artillery, Captain B. J. Epes
  • d) Major F. W. Smith (Drewry's Bluff.)
  • e) Neblett (Virginia) Artillery, Captain W. G. Colema.
  • f) United (Virginia) Artillery, Captain Thomas Kevill