The “Lost Cause” — What Does It Mean?

The Southern account of the Civil War began to be written almost as soon as the guns went silent. Edward Pollard, the wartime editor of the Richmond Examiner, published his 752-page The Lost Cause: A New Southern History of the War of the Confederates in 1866....

Presentation in Winchester’s Handley Public Library April 18

On, Saturday afternoon April 18, 2020, at 2 PM in Handley Regional Library’s Robertson Auditorium (Winchester) I will deliver a lecture on “US Colored Troops’ Decisive Role ending the Civil War — and Black Confederate Soldiers’ Lack of...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Talk at Manassas Regional Library

Gene will discuss “US Colored Troops’ Decisive Role in the Civil War and Black Confederates –Too Few, Too Late!” at the Manassas Regional Library, Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center, 8051 Ashton Avenue,  Manassas at 7 PM on January 21st,...

Speaking Topics

I have prepared presentations, roughly half an hour to an hour in length, but adaptable to your requirements, on the following topics: Summary of Collective Amnesia Findings White Supremacy and Racism  Decisive Role of US Colored Troops in the Civil War — and...