Civil War Reconstruction Era (1862 – 1877) Preface Reconstruction was a devastating era for America. Almost as destructive as the Civil War itself. Imagine what it was like: for four years we were engaged in a bloody war with ourselves followed by the wars end in 1865, leaving America with hundreds of thousands of men... Continue Reading →
Intro The American Civil War has fascinated many and gripped their attention across generations. The war is the deadliest in American history, the impacts of which can still be felt and seen to this day. However, few stop to question why we feel so attached to this history and why we feel the urge to... Continue Reading →
Pickett’s Charge is one of the most infamous attacks of the American Civil War. This post seeks to analyze the attack and why it failed.
Daniel Lambert is an Emmy nominated filmmaker from Maine. He has created several films, including Forlorn Hope. He is currently working on a new film focusing on Maine at Gettysburg. We sat down with him for an interview.