Friday, May 04, 2007

A worthy Battleground preservation site to check out

Here's a cool site I happened on via the Old Virginia Blog. It's the Shenandoah At War site, and it's dedicated to the education and preservation of the Civil War battlegrounds in the Shenandoah Valley. So if you're planning a Power Tour, then this site should be your first stop for information.


Blue Bellied Yank said...

The Civil War power tour site is very interesting, I'll stop back there when I have more time.
My boss wants to go with me to Mill Springs in September. She is an educated black woman. She manages the Sportsman's Guide, and will be graduating from law school at the U of M next year. She hopes to work for the Hague Tribunal in the future. Quite the lofty goal!
So we'll have some fun roles to play by attending the reenactment together. We think that she could be my lady attendant and a free black woman. What do you think???

mntineer said...

That'll require some research, but most any impression from black reenactors is very welcome in the community. It's a very under-represented part of the hobby. Tell he to hit the books and come up with an impression she can use to teach.