Tag Archives: T. Harry Williams

Wednesday’s Book Review: “Hayes of the Twenty-Third”


Hayes of the Twenty-Third: The Civil War Volunteer Officer. By T. Harry Williams. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965. Rutherford B. Hayes may have become president after the disputed election of 1876 through Republican Party machinations, but before that experience … Continue reading

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The Movie, “Gods and Generals,” Only Seems like it Was as Long as the War Itself


I re-watched Gods and Generals over the weekend.  I had seen it when it first came out in 2003 and didn’t like it, but I had been wanting to watch it again to see if my first impressions remained the … Continue reading

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