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Release of The Nine Lives of Charles E. Lively

Release of The Nine Lives of Charles E. Lively

Fox Run Publishing is proud to announce the release of The Nine Lives of Charles E. Lively: The Deadliest Man in the West Virginia-Colorado Coal Mine Wars, for March 31, 2020. Author, R.G. Yoho is a renowned author of Western novels as well as Major Impact: The Major Harris Story, the biography of West Virginia…

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Bio of Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Rosser by Sheridan R. Barringer released

Bio of Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Rosser by Sheridan R. Barringer released

Custer’s Gray Rival: The Life of Confederate Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser by Sheridan R. Barringer Released Fox Run Publishing is proud to announce the release of Custer’s Gray Rival: The Life of Confederate Major General Thomas Lafayette Rosser. Author, Sheridan R. Barringer’s first book, Fighting for General Lee: Confederate General Rufus Barringer and the…

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Great review of We Ride a Whirlwind by Michael Hardy

Great review of We Ride a Whirlwind by Michael Hardy

We are honored to have Eric Wittenberg’s We Ride a Whirlwind: Sherman and Johnston at Bennett Place reviewed by award winning historian Michael C. Hardy on his excellent blog, Looking for the Confederate War.  Be sure to leave him some feedback thanking him. Click here to access his review

Five or Ten Minutes review on Civil War Books and Authors

Five or Ten Minutes review on Civil War Books and Authors

While book-length studies of Civil War battles of all sizes abound in the literature, it’s only been over the past two decades that most of the engagements associated with the 1865 Carolinas Campaign have been satisfactorily addressed. In the late 1990s, a pair of closely released Bentonville studies by Mark Bradley and Nathaniel Cheairs Hughes…

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Five or Ten Minutes on Emerging Civil War

Five or Ten Minutes on Emerging Civil War

On the Emerging Civil War blog this week, author Eric J. Wittenberg writes: “Why would you spend the time and effort to write a book on a battle that only lasted a few minutes and which had minimal casualties?” I wish I had a dollar for every time that I’ve been asked that question—I could…

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Latest release: Five or Ten Minutes of Blind Confusion: The Battle of Aiken, South Carolina

Latest release: Five or Ten Minutes of Blind Confusion: The Battle of Aiken, South Carolina

New Release from Fox Run Publishing, August 15, 2018 One of the few Confederate battlefield victories in the dark days of 1865 occurred at Aiken, South Carolina, on February 11, 1865. Aiken itself had little strategic significance to either side; Union Maj. Gen. William T. Sherman had intended to by-pass the small resort town. Sherman…

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We Ride A Whirlwind in Civil War News

We Ride A Whirlwind in Civil War News

Thanks to Civil War News for this fine review of “We Ride a Whirlwind: Sherman and Johnston at Bennett Place.” We also thank them for allowing us to republish it here. We Ride a Whirlwind: Sherman and Johnston at Bennett Place. By Eric J. Wittenberg. Maps, photos, notes, appendices, index, 249 pp., 2017. Fox Run…

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Good review of We Ride a Whirlwind by CWBA

Good review of We Ride a Whirlwind by CWBA

Civil War Books and Authors excellent web site has posted a full review of We Ride a Whirlwind: Sherman and Johnston at Bennett Place as a follow up to their “new arrivals” smaller review they published earlier. Fox Run Publishing wishes to thank them for their valuable time in doing this great service to the…

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Emerging Civil War review of We Ride a Whirlwind

Emerging Civil War review of We Ride a Whirlwind

The Emerging Civil War blog has published a review of We Ride a Whirlwind: Sherman and Johnston at Bennett Place by award winning historian, Eric J. Wittenberg. This is Wittenberg’s 20th book and Fox Run Publishing’s latest release. You may read it by clicking here.