Mississippi's Civil War Battlefields: A Guide to Their History and Preservation

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The battles depicted in this comprehensive book had an impact on the outcome of the Civil War. Through firsthand documents and 100 photographs and maps, the historical significance of each site is emphasized. Details on the level of preservation of each battlefield, including Port Gibson and Vicksburg, are included.
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ISBN: 9781589808331
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
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State: Mississippi
Images: 117
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Author
Randy Bishop is an avid scholar of the War Between the States and an advocate for preservation and restoration of historic battlefields. He has authored several books on the subject and contributed articles for publications such as the Civil War Courier and Country Discoveries. Bishop is a history teacher at Middleton High School and an adjunct for Jackson State Community College. A six-time recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award, Bishop was recognized in Who's Who Among America's Teachers and serves as the president of his local elementary and high-school parent-teacher organization. He earned a bachelor of science in management marketing from Union University and a master of education from the University of Memphis. A member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Bishop is also involved with several preservation groups, including Civil War Preservation Trust, Tennessee Civil War Preservation Association, and Parker's Crossroads Battlefield Association. When not teaching or working with historic sites, Bishop serves on the Middleton Library Board and the Hardeman County Library Board. He also collects historic relics and enjoys traveling with his family. Bishop and his family live in Middleton, Tennessee.
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