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Untold Civil War

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This Podcast aims to bring to light all the stories of the Civil War that remain forgotten and yet, are vital to our understanding of the conflict.

This Podcast aims to bring to light all the stories of the Civil War that remain forgotten and yet, are vital to our understanding of the conflict.

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United States

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This Podcast aims to bring to light all the stories of the Civil War that remain forgotten and yet, are vital to our understanding of the conflict.

Language:

English

Contact:

9177146776


Episodes

Put on your War Paint and give 'em the War Whoop!

6/18/2021
On this episode I sit with not only Rob Grandchamp, but also his children. It is great to share Civil War history with our youth and today we discuss the Yankee colonel who wore a red bandana into battle and had his men wear war paint during the charge! This so the story of Colonel Edward Cross. Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan: http://www.craigduncan.net/ This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares and improve your Civil War...

Duration:00:50:24

Rosie the Riviter and the Civil War

6/1/2021
On this episode Raina Egan sheds light on the experience of women who worked in Civil War arsenals. These hard-chargers worked around the clock to provide their soldiers with the material to do battle, all the while experiencing some of the most brutal freak catastrophes of the War. Please checkout Raina Egan’s instagram here: https://instagram.com/raina.g.egan?utm_medium=copy_link Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan: http://www.craigduncan.net/ This show is made possible by the...

Duration:00:27:37

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly...and the Untold!

5/19/2021
On this episode we sit with Dr. Donald S. Frazier to learn about the westernmost land campaign of the war! This is the New Mexico Campaign that inspired the setting for Sergio Leone’s “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.” More of Dr. Donald S. Frazier here: https://youtube.com/c/Texashistorystore Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan: http://www.craigduncan.net/ This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares and improve your Civil War...

Duration:01:20:28

Beyond the Blue and Gray: Zouaves

5/2/2021
The American Zouaves were not only the most picturesque units on the Civil War battlefield, they were the Beau-ideal of a soldier. They were the first and last to shed blood for the Union. They were the most rowdy outfit in the Confederacy. Join myself and Tyler Millett as we discuss these ultimate warriors of the 19th century. Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan: http://www.craigduncan.net/ This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares...

Duration:01:04:42

The Battles of Cynthiana

4/16/2021
Join myself and Darryl Smith of Walking With History LLC as we discuss two untold battles on the often forgotten Kentucky Front! Learn more about Darryl Smith here: http://www.walkingwithhistory.com/guide2.html Music is graciously provided by Craig Duncan: http://www.craigduncan.net/ This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares and improve your Civil War impression! https://www.civilwarcorpsbadges.com/ Support the show: (The podcast receives...

Duration:00:55:28

Why study the Civil War?

4/1/2021
I sit down with Colonel Jeffrey McCausland and Colonel Tom Vossler to discuss their book, Battle Tested. On this episode we learn how history can teach us vital lessons in leadership. Learn more about Diamond6 Leadership and Strategy here: https://www.diamondsixleadership.com/ This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares and improve your Civil War impression! https://www.civilwarcorpsbadges.com/ Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary...

Duration:00:47:43

Colonial Williamsburg Rebranded!

3/16/2021
Most people know Colonial Williamsburg. This is the story of Civil War Williamsburg. This is a story of Medal of Honor valor, Custer, and machine guns! Carson Hudson has written several books on the topic, you can purchase his most recent book here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/146714293X/ref=ox_sc_saved_title_2?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1 This show is made possible by the support of The Badge Maker. Please check out his wares and improve your Civil War impression!...

Duration:00:49:46

The Civil War was sparked in the "Alamo State!"

3/1/2021
QuantumERA has not only brought Gettysburg to life in augmented reality, but they have also done so with the Alamo. On this episode I sit with Michael McGar of QuantumERA, to discuss their Alamo app and how Texas played a role in the sparking of the Civil War and the Alamo's connections to the War. Learn more about QuantumERA here: https://quantumera.com/app/ Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.) Make a monthly payment through Patreon and get...

Duration:00:50:05

“Tet Offensive”-1864

2/14/2021
I sit down with the History Boy of Youtube, Jacob Bates, to discuss the plot to burn New York City. It is a tale about secret agents, incendiaries, firefighters, and New York City detectives! More on the History Boy here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ_vaKHChPiIpOnnSZxoddQ Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.) Use the code untoldcivilwar when downloading the smartphone app, Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Instructions in the link...

Duration:00:31:18

Lee's Forgotten General.

2/2/2021
If you’re a fan of the movie Gettsyburg, you'll love this episode. Today I’ll be discussing Lee’s Forgotten General with none other than Patrick Falci! Mr. Falci is a renowned actor who is best known for his portrayal of General A. P. Hill in the movie Gettysburg. Learn more about him here: https://patfalci.wordpress.com/about/ Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.) Use the code untoldcivilwar when downloading the smartphone app, Gettysburg: A...

Duration:00:52:32

Politics and Friendship in Civil War Washington.

1/16/2021
On this episode we sit with Caroline Welling Van Deusen who gives us the story behind the Lincoln family's closest friends. We learn about about the Greeley Letter and the diary of Elizabeth Dixon who not only lived in Washington during the War, but was beside Lincoln when he died. Caroline is multi-career professional who specializes in curatorial services, preservation, and PM and digital stewardship. She is also directly related to the protagonists of this episode's story. Learn more...

Duration:00:40:39

Beyond the Blue and Gray: Nicholas Biddle and the First Defenders!

1/1/2021
Our sub-series Beyond the Blue and gray is where we discuss the histories, uniforms, traditions, and culture of the unique companies and regiments of the war. Today we’ll be looking at the First Defenders. The men who saved Washington in those Early days of the war. And we will be looking at Nicholas Biddle, an African American who is said to be the first man to shed blood for the Union. Joining me is renowned Park Ranger John Hoptak who has written a fantastic book in these brave...

Duration:00:40:21

Untold Civil War at The Movies: Horse Soldiers

12/16/2020
The Untold Civil War goes to the movies! The podcast welcomes Vice President of the Civil War Roundtable of New York, Michael Connors, as we discuss John Wayne’s Horse Soldiers. How accurate is the movie? Is it worth watching? What was the real story behind the screenplay? Learn this and more! Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.) Use the code untoldcivilwar when downloading the smartphone app, Gettysburg: A Nation Divided. Instructions in the...

Duration:00:42:05

Beyond the Blue and Gray: The 2nd Rhode Island and the Forgotten Battle of Salem's Church.

12/1/2020
Ben Frail is back and he's going to be discussing the 2nd Rhode Island. The Green Berets of 19th Special Forces Group of the U.S. Army National Guard have conducted missions all over the world. But their resiliency and fortitude can be traced back the 2nd Rhode Island Infantry. This regiment witnessed the mutilation of their dead by the enemy and bled on forgotten battlefields like Salem’s Church. Learn more about the 2nd Rhode Island...

Duration:00:55:32

Civil War Whiskey Tasting: Fighting 69th Irish Whiskey

11/15/2020
I sit with the team behind the Fighting 69th Whiskey to discuss the brand and some untold stories of the 69th New York, the brand’s namesake. If you would like to see how the whiskey compares to two other Civil War themed whiskies, check out this link: https://youtu.be/3ygdfUBylUo Learn more about the whiskey here: https://fighting69thwhiskey.com/welcome https://sixtyninth.net/ Support the show: (The podcast receives monetary compensation from these options.) Use the code...

Duration:01:00:40

Beyond the Blue and Gray: Civil War Commandos, The 10th Kentucky Partisan Rangers

11/1/2020
In the sub series, Beyond the Blue and Gray, we examine the specific histories of some of the most unique units of the Civil War. In this episode we take a look at the partisan rangers of Kentucky. Derrick Lindow provides great insight into the bloody battles of a little known front of the Civil War. Get more from Derrick Lindow here: https://instagram.com/kentuckycivilwar?igshid=lvjzushxb0gf https://www.kentuckycivilwarauthor.com/ https://www.westerntheatercivilwar.com/ Support the...

Duration:00:45:18

Interview with Matt Callery, host of the Addressing Gettysburg Podcast.

10/15/2020
Civil War Podcasting is one of the most effective ways to tell the story of America’s greatest epic to a wide audience. I believe this, or else I wouldn’t have this podcast! But I am not alone. Matt Callery produces the Addressing Gettysburg Podcast and has been one of the many leaders in this new age of Civil War storytelling. We’ll be getting a behind the scenes look at Matt’s awesome podcast. Enjoy. Learn more about Matt Callery here: http://www.addressinggettysburg.com/ Support the...

Duration:01:01:59

Blackguards and Hired Guns: Soldiers of Fortune in the Civil War

10/1/2020
Darrell Rivers of Historical Insights Consulting is back to discuss soldiers of fortune and the American Civil War. Hear the story of bankrupt princes, ambitious revolutionaries, and daring adventurers as they navigate their way through the Civil War and beyond. Video version of the episode will be available in two parts: Part One: https://youtu.be/KANxuACp0vI Part Two: https://youtu.be/6ZW8vX4qXiY Get more from Darrel Rivers...

Duration:01:06:42

Unusual Weapons of the Civil War.

9/16/2020
Rifled Muskets, repeating carbines, revolvers, sabers, horse pistols, and Bowie knives. The Civil War saw the use of a multitude of small arms. Desperate to get the upper hand on their opponent, both sides adopted all sorts of unique, creative, and sometimes peculiar weaponry. Thank you to my voice-over actors: Allan Payton - https://www.instagram.com/19thgeorgiainfantry/ Cody engdahl - https://www.facebook.com/cody.c.engdahl Daniel Arevalo learn more about the Lemat revolver with Ian...

Duration:00:17:25

The Real Stonewall, Alexander Hays

9/1/2020
Civil War storytelling rock-star Codie Eash comes on the podcast to discuss Alexander Hays, a forgotten hero and personal friend of Grant. Learn how Hays battles a two front war. Hays fights against Confederates to preserve the Union and Washington for promotion. Learn more about Codie Eash...

Duration:00:57:09