Monthly Archives: October 2014

York County’s Civil War questions: Part 3

A Northern Central Railway train steams into the yard at York, Pennsylvania, in this 19th-century sketch. The NCRW was an important supply route for the Union army and navy during the American Civil War, carrying thousands of troops, as well … Continue reading

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New historical fiction novel explores Mr. & Mrs. Custer’s relationship if George had survived Little Big Horn

First, I must begin by mentioning that I am not a fan of historical fiction and do not regularly read the genre. In my limited reading time, I much prefer non-fiction. That said, many years go I bought, read, and … Continue reading

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York County’s Civil War questions: Part 2

A jauntily clad Union cavalry stands guard over Penn Common in this detail from the York County Civil War Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Thousands of young men from the county joined the army and thousands more men and women supported … Continue reading

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York CWRT to feature author Ron Hershner on October 15

The York Civil War Round Table will feature author Ronald L. Hershner at its monthly meeting on October 15, 2014.  Mr. Hershner will present a PowerPoint talk based on his book “Letters From Home: York County, Pennsylvania during the Civil … Continue reading

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York County’s Civil War questions: Part 1

During my book signings and lectures on York County’s Civil War history, I am frequently asked questions about various topics. Most of them are straight forward and I have a ready answer; a few are trickier to answer without researching … Continue reading

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