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Journal of the Shenandoah Valley During the Civil War Era, Volume V, 2022

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Edited by Jonathan Noyalas, 2022. Proceeds from the annual publication of this Journal support the McCormick Civil War Institute’s various educational efforts.

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Edited by Jonathan Noyalas, with contributed essays and book reviews.

Essays include: Historians’ Roundtable (Ayers, Beck, Berkey, Campbell, Frye, Gallagher, Janney, Patchan, Shively, Sorrels); “There was Great Excitement”: Excerpts from the Diary of Private George E. Young, 18th Connecticut (Noyalas); Somewhere Between Reality and Romance: Emma Lyon Bryan’s Civil War (Harter); “With Regret I am Called to Inform You”: The Death of W.H. Lewis at Cedar Creek. (Grandchamp)

Shenandoah University’s McCormick Civil War Institute strives to promote a nuanced understanding and appreciation of the causes for, conduct of and resulting outcomes of the American Civil War through education, engagement, empowerment, and encouragement.

Paperback, 137 pages

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Editor:

Jonathan A. Noyalas is the Director of Shenandoah University's McCormick Civil War Institute. Noyalas has authored 11 books and over 100 articles, essays, chapters, and reviews and has served as a consultant for television, radio, and numerous public history projects. His interest in Civil War history began at an early age during a family trip to Gettysburg.

Date:

2022