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Dressing for 1861 – Wearing a Corset

When I was preparing for my full-costume author visit to Manassas in honor of the sesquicentennial last year, I wanted to be as authentic as possible.  I have described in a previous post how the hoop crinoline was actually surprisingly … Continue reading

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Blog Series on “Social Realities of the American Civil War” Kick Off

I am currently providing a series of lectures on “Social Realities of the Civil War” and realize this is great content to apply to a parallel series of blogs. The first three are, “What Really Started the Civil War: Northern … Continue reading

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