Book Discussion on The Dogs of War
Thomas Emory talked about the start of the Civil War and he addressed the question of why both North and South decided to fight. He is… read more
Thomas Emory talked about the start of the Civil War and he addressed the question of why both North and South decided to fight. He is the author of a book called The Dogs of War.
“The Dogs of War” was part of the Lowcountry Civil War Sesquicentennial Observance series of events, “Why They Fought,” commemorating the April 12, 1861, bombardment of Fort Sumter. This talk was held on April 11, 2011, at First (Scots) Presbyterian Church in Charleston, S.C. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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