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Antietam Shadows: Mystery, Myth & Machination

Antietam Shadows: Mystery, Myth & Machination

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A rip-roaring expos that postulates history is the original "fake news"

In Antietam Shadows, Dennis E. Frye warns us to beware of history. A professional historian himself for the last forty years, Dennis has evolved from a youthful worshipper of history into a respected skeptic who has devoted his career to challenging historians, especially within the Civil War genre.

Antietam Shadows is guaranteed to stimulate debate amongst Civil War buffs, as Dennis is renowned for blowing up what you know and turning you upside down and inside out. But

Antietam Shadows isn't about strategy and tactics and bullets and shells. Antietam Shadows is the story of human nature-people facing dangerous dilemmas, selecting choices, making hard decisions, and living (or dying) with the consequences. The consequences within Antietam Shadows will determine the future of the United States.

Author: Dennis E. Frye
Publisher: Antietam Rest Publishing
Published: 04/17/2018
Pages: 282
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.84lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.59d
ISBN: 9780985411923

About the Author
Dennis Frye recently retired after 20 years as Chief Historian at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. For his more than three decades of NPS service, Dennis earned the Department of Interior's "Distinguished Service Award," the highest honor conferred by the Department. Dennis also has earned the American Battlefields Trust highest award - "The Shelby Foote Award," as well as the Chicago Civil War Round Table's "Nevins-Freeman Award"; the Kansas City CWRT's "Harry S. Truman Award"; and the Greater Boston CWRT's "Revere Award." Author of ten books and 102 articles, Dennis has appeared as a guest historian for PBS, the History Channel, A&E Channel, the Travel Channel, C-SPAN, Voice of America, and Fox News. Dennis is in demand as a guide, and has led tours for the Smithsonian, National Geographic, The New York Times, and major universities and Civil War organizations. Dennis is a renowned preservationist, and a co-founder of today's American Battlefields Trust and the Save Historic Antietam Foundation, serving as president of both non-profit organizations. Dennis is a native of the Antietam Battlefield/Harpers Ferry region, where his family roots go back 250 years. He and his wife Sylvia own and have restored General Burnside's post-Antietam headquarters south of Sharpsburg, where they now reside.

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