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A Russian General at Chickamauga...?
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John Basil Turchin was the only Union officer of Russian birth who achieved general rank in the Civil War. Join Micheal Mogilevsky as he explores the facinating life of General Turchin and his... More > remarkable wife, Madame Nadine Lvova Turchin.< Less
Creating Learner Interaction at Fort Chickamauga
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This case study is intended to educate Instructional Design and Technology students about the interrelationship between multimedia production and instructional design skills. In particular, an... More > instructional designer needs to improve existing online instruction within a military base’s existing course management system.< Less
Joseph A. Altsheler Classics: The Rock of Chickamauga
"The Rock of Chickamauga," presenting a critical phase of the great struggle in the west, is the sixth volume in the series, dealing with the Civil War, of which its predecessors have been... More > "The Guns of Bull Run," "The Guns of Shiloh," "The Scouts of Stonewall," "The Sword of Antietam" and "The Star of Gettysburg." Dick Mason who fights on the Northern side, is the hero of this romance, and his friends reappear also.
The story is set in the scenic surroundings of the natural world which was not contaminated by the modern industrialization and construction. Like all boys of the great valley, Dick always felt the romance and spell of the Mississippi. It was to him and them one of the greatest facts in the natural world, the grave of De Soto, the stream on which their fathers and forefathers had explored and traded and fought since their beginnings. Now it was fulfilling its titanic role again, and the Union fleets upon its bosom were splitting the Confederacy asunder.< Less
Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact (Illustrated Version)
With 122 images, 12 video links and 200 hyperlinks, the illustrated version of Chickamauga Dreaming expands the experience of a story that connects the Civil War with the modern day. The crucial... More > battles at Chickamauga and Chattanooga in 1863 foreshadowed the Confederacy's surrender, and they left the Weston family divided, diminished, scattered, and emotionally scarred for more than a century. Well-hidden secrets and stunning misperceptions play major roles as the Civil War’s aftershocks rumble through five generations, finally reaching Ronayne and his son, Rob. When Rob refuses to emulate his father's fanatical and theatrical devotion to the family's wartime heritage, decades of conflict follow. Rob runs far away from his father and the South, but after a long and harrowing personal odyssey he is drawn back to his Chickamauga Battlefield roots. There he confronts his demons, counts his gains and losses, and contends with the Civil War's inextricable hold on his life.< Less