Archive for January, 2016

For your listening pleasure…

January 11, 2016

Time for a musical interlude:

From time to time, I discover a musical connection to Chickamauga. I stumbled across the band  “Larkin Poe” a while back, for example, and noted their connection to the battle.

And “Uncle Tupelo” had a song titled “Chickamauga” on their 1993 Album Anodyne. Uncle Tupelo has long since broken up, but the song lives on in occasional performances by subsequent bands, Son Volt and Wilco.

But Jimmy Driftwood?

New to me, if not to the world. Check it out.


Glory or the Grave makes the History Book Club

January 5, 2016

I have been reliably informed that Glory or the Grave, Volume II of The Chickamauga Campaign, is the January 2016 selection of the History Book Club.


The Chickamauga Campaign cover low res

Thank you, HBC, and the good folks at Savas-Beatie. This is very cool.