Aired: June 4, 2011

Horses and water in the Civil War

From potable water to the forgotten impact of things like weather and horses on the outcome of the war, With Good Reason will bring you highlights from the 2011 Signature Conference of the Virginia Sesquicentennial of the American Civil War Commission.  Some of the country’s most eminent Civil War scholars including  James Robertson, Jr. (Virginia Tech), William C. Davis (Virginia Tech) and an equine specialist John M. Bowen discuss the forgotten elements of the conflict.

Discussion

6 Comments on “Horses and water in the Civil War”

  1. Mark Heinicke

    great program (as usual)… a lot of revelations. Above I think you must mean “Email (required)” not “Mail (required)” and you MUST MUST MUST make the security words easier to recognize… upside down “r”??? give me a break!! you are losing contributors who get frustrated with these barriers!

  2. Linda Haney

    I just received the notice about “Horses and Water in the Civil War” which would be of interest to me but today is June 9th–a bit too late for the June 4th program. Are there other dates and times scheduled for the New River Valley?

  3. VFHwebdev Post author

    Mark, sorry you’re frustrated by the comment spam test. Unfortunately we have no control over the words that show up there. They kind of have to be hard to read in order to do their job and keep our comment sections from getting over run by spam.

    If you have trouble reading any of them in the future, click the little refresh arrows just below the security words to get something easier to read.

  4. Elliot Majerczyk

    Dear Ms. Haney,

    You can listen to the “Horses and Water in the Civil War” show or download it at this web page that features the show:

    http://withgoodreasonradio.org/2011/06/military-strategy-in-the-american-civil-war/

    Also you can listen to our previous shows by using our “Search WGR” and clicking on the show title to get to the web page.

    Thanks for your interest in With Good Reason. We always like hearing from our listeners.

    All the best,

    Elliot Majerczyk
    Associate Producer

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