Civil War Savannah: The view from two parapets

Date
2021-06-11
Authors
Zander, Cecily Nelson
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Emerging Civil War
Abstract

On June 1 I defended my dissertation in History at Penn State. One week later, I turned my trusty Subaru Crosstrek south from State College and set my GPS for Savannah. What better way to celebrate six years of intensely studying the Civil War era than taking a vacation to see some Civil War sites? Savannah’s rich Civil War history offers a great deal for historians and buffs to enjoy–it was, after all, probably one of the best Christmas gifts Abraham Lincoln could have dreamed of receiving.

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Article originally published by Emerging Civil War. English. Published June 2021. https://emergingcivilwar.com/2021/06/11/civil-war-savannah-the-view-from-two-parapets/. Permission to deposit this file has been obtained directly from the publisher. Please read the faculty member's entry in the Project INDEX Master Sheet for more information about the publisher communications.
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Fort McAllister, Fort Pulaski, General William T. Sherman, March to the Sea, Savannah Georgia, Travel
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This is the published version of an article that is available at https://emergingcivilwar.com/2021/06/11/civil-war-savannah-the-view-from-two-parapets/. Recommended citation: Zander, C. N. (2021, June 11). Civil War Savannah: The view from two parapets. Emerging Civil War. This item has been deposited in accordance with publisher copyright and licensing terms and with the author’s permission.
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