Lee on MLK weekend, redux Published January 28 2010
Time marches on, even for Abe Published January 28 2010
Two versions, two authors, good writing. Published January 27 2010
Another leader bites the dust Published January 27 2010
Alexandria sets the tone!! Published January 25 2010
It is absolutely perfect as the focal point of Evergreen Cemetery in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the statue of Elizabeth Thorn, believed by many to be the angel of Gettysburg. Published January 23 2010
St. Elizabeths: From Insane Asylum to Military Hospital to Homeland Security and Coast Guard Published January 17 2010
Bucks for Haiti Published January 14 2010
A battle they like to win! Published January 11 2010
Heads or tails, black or red, no one wins Published January 10 2010
Cavalry Battle brings courtroom mini-drama Published January 10 2010
Hand carved and little known, country's oldest gets a face-lift in as Kentucky restores oldest Civil War monument in the country. Published January 6 2010
See ya 'round, sisters Published January 5 2010
Come see the museum! Published January 3 2010
"Free at last...." Published January 1 2010
Martha Boltz is a frequent contributor to the long running Civil War features in The Washington Times America At War feature in the print and online editions. She has been a regular contributor to the original Civil War Page and ...Read More
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