Historian David Fraley was a recent guest of Dr. Dobson’s Focus on the Family. Listen to the entire program.

The Carter House

Dr. James Dobson recently visited the Carter House, a museum located on the site where the Civil War Battle of Franklin took place in Franklin, Tenn. Here, Dr. Dobson (right) sits down to interview David Fraley, a historian and the curator of the Carter House. The two discussed the remarkable battle that occurred on the site.

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About CWG

The Civil War Gazette (CWG) is published by Kraig McNutt, Director of The Center for the Study of the American Civil War. The CWG was first launched on to the World-wide Web in 1995.

The Civil War Gazette allows the first-hand participants - both common soldier and civilian - to tell the story of their experience of the Civil War from their perspective; through letters, diaries, newspapers articles, and other authentic first-hand accounts.

Many items posted to The Civil War Gazette often corresponds to the exact day the item was originally written during the Civil War. Think of The Civil War Gazette as the daily newspaper for all-things Civil War with accounts from those who experienced this great war as participants.

What can one find on the CWG?

  • Many original letters from soldiers, their loved ones, and excerpts from diaries and journals.
  • Excerpts and selections from period newspapers and popular print resources.
  • Poems and literary excerpts, many authored by the soldiers themselves.
  • Excerpts from original documents and Official Reports.
  • Authentic pictures. photos, drawings, sketches and artwork of Civil War soldiers, camps, battlefields, buildings, etc.
  • Book reviews, web site reviews, reviews of software, multimedia, pop culture resources like movies, documentaries and even music.
  • Support battlefield preservation

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