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I am a long time student of the American Civil War.  I have traveled to most of the hallowed battlefields across our great country.   As a freelance photographer I have created many photo essays of my travels to these hallowed grounds.

I started this blog forum to explore the soldiers, companies, regiments and brigades that fought in the American Civil War.  While many sites deal with the Civil War, including my other web site: BattlefieldPortraits.com, very few deal with the smaller fighting units that were made up of fathers, sons, brothers, cousins and uncles.  This site is dedicated to the soldier-patriots from both sides.

As a voracious reader on the American Civil War, I have the opportunity to review many books.  I write reviews on the most interesting and well written books.  Most of the time these reviews include interviews with the authors that prove quite enlightening. 

Michael Noirot

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6 Responses to About

  1. Gary Willie says:

    Great site Mike. It is refreshing to see someone focus on some of the smaller units of the Civil War. This makes it a little more personal than the broader overviews more frequently seen. I look forward to keeping up with your blogs.

  2. Brett Schulte says:


    Welcome to the Civil War blogosphere! I’ve added a link to you and I’ll be following along via Google Reader.

    Brett Schulte
    TOCWOC – A Civil War Blog

  3. Camby says:

    Brother Mike: Absolutely “Great Web-page”!! I just registered and have been giving it the once over, and I just love it. Thanks for inviting me to “join up”!! Looking forward with great interest to reading all the posts and comments!! Keep up your great work!!
    Your Obedient Servant,
    John Campbell
    Greater Pittsburgh Civil War Round Table

  4. Lew,

    The primary reason I use Amazon.com is because of the reporting. I get immediate reporting on all click throughs and purchases. I am not in it for the money, as the revenue share is miniscule.

    Thanks for your kind words.


  5. alexander m. banias says:

    Thank you for this very informative website. I enjoy your live interviews with authors, especially the one with J. David Petruzzi on his new book about the Sickles Controversy on July 2, 1863. Your beautiful synopsis of Bruce Catton’s “A Stillness of Appomattox” was appreciated. Continue the great work!

  6. Chris says:

    Added your blog to the roll call! Please add us.

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