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The Civil War Podcast – January (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

January 1 – Then, Thenceforth, and Forever Free – The Emancipation Proclamation is signed. (1863)

January 8 – The Hero of Little Round Top – Gouverneur Warren is born. (1830)

January 15 – Photo by Brady – Mathew Brady dies. (1896)

January 29 – Paying for the War – The Confederate Congress issues cotton bonds. (1863)

 

The Civil War Podcast – February (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

February 5 – The Fiery Gospel – The Battle Hymn of the Republic is published. (1862)

February 12 – Rise With the Occasion – Abraham Lincoln is born (1809)

February 19 – Maryland’s Most Distinguished Lady – Anna Ella Carroll dies (1894)

February 26 – The Boy Shall Be Pardoned – Lincoln issues Executive Order #76 (1864)

 

The Civil War Podcast – March (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

March 5 – The Midnight Bullet – The Dahlgren Papers are published (1864)

March 19 – To Riot or to Rot – Stalybridge riots against the Cotton Famine (1863)

March 26 – “Make Me a Map of the Valley” – Stonewall Jackson requests a map from Jedediah Hotchkiss (1863)

 

The Civil War Podcast – April (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

April 2 – The Fightingest General – A.P. Hill is killed in front of Richmond (1865)

April 24 – Jus in Bello – The Lieber Code is issued (1863)

 

The Civil War Podcast – June (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

June 18 – Soothing the Gallant Soldiers – The US Sanitary Commission is founded (1861)

 

The Civil War Podcast – July (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

July 23 – The First-Rate Clerk – Henry Halleck is named General-in-Chief (1862)

 

The Civil War Podcast – November (click to listen to any of these podcasts)

November 12 – The Belle of the North and the Boy Governor – Kate Chase marries William Sprague (1863)