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MAY 2019

Sarah Kay Bierle – The Battle of New Market

This month we welcome Sarah Kay Bierle to discuss the events featured in her new book, Call out the Cadets, about the Battle of New Market.

Sarah Kay Bierle is co-managing blog editor for Emerging Civil War. She has a B.A. in History from Thomas Edison StateUniversity and is exploring and enjoying her career pathas a historian, writer, speaker, and living history enthusiast.

“History, research, and writing are my passion,” she says. “I desire to make history more understandable and accessible to Americans who stumble through school thinking history is a collection of random dates, places, and events. Through thought-provoking writing, I want people to reconsider the past and find lessons which may inspire them to live more courageously today.”

Sarah’s website, Gazette665 is dedicated to helping the public learn about history through quality publications and exciting events. To date, the company has published three books and over 400 blog posts, and has recently launched a YouTube Channel and first history video series, which focuses on Sarah’s new non-fiction book, Call out the Cadets, about the Battle of New Market.

Much of Sarah’s research focuses on real people and their trials and successes of everyday life in challenging eras, with a primary focus on the Civil War. Her interests include the war’s effects on maritime industry, the civilians’ struggles, surgeons and medical care, and officers and families of Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley. She has published an award-winning, historical novel about civilians at the Battle of Gettysburg, a collection of historical Christmas stories, and a historical novel about the Civil War’s effects on a lighthouse family.

When not researching and writing, Sarah enjoys spending time with her family and friends, reading classic literature, quilting, and traveling. She maintains a personal history blog athttp://www.gazette665.com, and you can follow Sarah on Twitter@sarahkaybierle

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Thursday, May 16, 2019 6:30 PM

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Thursday, June 20, 2019: Gary Dyson, a Civil War Correspondent in New Orleans

 

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