This new book, a speculation on “what if” the Union had won at Antietam, yet slavery did not end, is now available in both ebook and paperback format.
The book is not written in a traditional narrative format, but rather in a “you are there” approach, using the words of the men who were part of this epic drama.
The nation’s foremost Civil War historian, James McPherson, wrote of it, “I enjoyed your new story of a smashing Union victory at Antietam. the capture of Lee, the death of Jackson and Hood, and the end of the war. I hope you can find a publisher and an audience…I found it fascinating myself. Thanks for sharing it with me.”
You can follow these developments and buy the book via my amazon.com author’s web-site,
2 thoughts on ““Lincoln, Antietam and a Northern Lost Cause” is Published!”
May I simply just say what a comfort to discover somebody who really
knows what they’re discussing on the net. You certainly know how to bring a problem to
light and make it important. More and more people really need to read this and understand this side of the story.
It’s surprising you aren’t more popular since you definitely possess the gift.
Thanks. See my upcoming book of blogs, “Civil War Musings and Reflections”