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Appomattox County (VA) (Images of America) - Schroeder, Patrick A.; Frantel, Scott
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2009, ISBN: 0738567337

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[EAN: 9780738567334], [PU: Arcadia Publishing], This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Title: Appomattox County: Patrick Schroder's Photographic Journey Author: Ronnie Lankford Publisher: Appomattox Area History Date: 3/30/09 When we think about the local history of Appomattox - or any history - it's easy to think about the written word; or, if you visit the Surrender Grounds at the National Park, history as represented by architecture and the surrounding land. But history also can be effectively told with photographs, or least history from the last 150 years or so since the invention of the camera. If you don't think this is true, take a quick peek at Patrick A. Schroeder (pictured here) and Scott Frantel's Appomattox County from Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series. I got a chance to sit down with Schroeder at Baine's Books & Coffee, and he told me about his background in Civil War history and about his love of historical photographs. As the historian for the Appomattox Court House National Park and the author of a number of Civil War books, he's well versed in Appomattox County's history. "We had to gather the photos together and then research the information that could be used," Schroeder said. "The most difficult thing about it is since I'm a historian'and I like to give everybody all the information there is on something, these photo captions were limited to 70 words." When Arcadia first contacted Schroeder, he was busy with a number of other projects, which meant that Appomattox County had to be put on the back burner for a couple years. Once co-author Frantel joined the project, however, it came together quickly. "We did a lot of work in a short amount of time," Schroeder told me. Schroeder had loved history from an early age, and his family made a habit of visiting historical sites when they traveled. At age 13, however, his interest in American history segued from the Revolution to the Civil War. "I think [the] Civil War I found more fascinating because one thing that you had in the Civil War that you didn't have in the Revolution was photographs, and in particular photographs of the men who fought the war. So you were able to put faces behind what was going on." As a historian at the Appomattox National Park and author of a number books like Thirty Myths About Lee's Surrender, Schroeder has immersed himself in Civil War History. But while the Civil War may loom large in Appomattox's past, Schroeder notes in the book's introduction that, "'there is more to Appomattox than the events of April 1865." For instance, Schroeder believes that many residents will learn more about the County's early history. "There [are] just not a lot of early photos of Appomattox County, so just to get a look at some of these early people that were involved in the history of the County such as Samuel McDearmon'" McDearmon would play a pivotal role in the development of Clover Hill, which would later become Appomattox Court House. He'd also help establish Appomattox Station (later downtown Appomattox), building the Nebraska House that can still be seen on Church Street. "Just to get a look at this fellow," Schroeder said of McDearmon's photograph, "I don't think most people in the County have ever seen what Samuel McDearmon looks like, and he's the one largely responsible for creating Appomattox." Schroeder also notes that while a finished book may look like it came together naturally, a lot of work goes into a project like Appomattox County. "Towards the end when we had to have everything done, Scott and I worked on it for two days staying up most of the night, and sleeping on the floor. Just working through to get everything out on time." While it may not be unusual for an author to say that he wrote a book like Appomattox County for the people who live there, Schroede

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[EAN: 9780738567334], Neubuch, [PU: Arcadia Publishing], Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Title: Appomattox County: Patrick Schroder's Photographic Journey Author: Ronnie Lankford Publisher: Appomattox Area History Date: 3/30/09 When we think about the local history of Appomattox - or any history - it's easy to think about the written word; or, if you visit the Surrender Grounds at the National Park, history as represented by architecture and the surrounding land. But history also can be effectively told with photographs, or least history from the last 150 years or so since the invention of the camera. If you don't think this is true, take a quick peek at Patrick A. Schroeder (pictured here) and Scott Frantel's Appomattox County from Arcadia Publishing's Images of America series. I got a chance to sit down with Schroeder at Baine's Books & Coffee, and he told me about his background in Civil War history and about his love of historical photographs. As the historian for the Appomattox Court House National Park and the author of a number of Civil War books, he's well versed in Appomattox County's history. "We had to gather the photos together and then research the information that could be used," Schroeder said. "The most difficult thing about it is since I'm a historian'and I like to give everybody all the information there is on something, these photo captions were limited to 70 words." When Arcadia first contacted Schroeder, he was busy with a number of other projects, which meant that Appomattox County had to be put on the back burner for a couple years. Once co-author Frantel joined the project, however, it came together quickly. "We did a lot of work in a short amount of time," Schroeder told me. Schroeder had loved history from an early age, and his family made a habit of visiting historical sites when they traveled. At age 13, however, his interest in American history segued from the Revolution to the Civil War. "I think [the] Civil War I found more fascinating because one thing that you had in the Civil War that you didn't have in the Revolution was photographs, and in particular photographs of the men who fought the war. So you were able to put faces behind what was going on." As a historian at the Appomattox National Park and author of a number books like Thirty Myths About Lee's Surrender, Schroeder has immersed himself in Civil War History. But while the Civil War may loom large in Appomattox's past, Schroeder notes in the book's introduction that, "'there is more to Appomattox than the events of April 1865." For instance, Schroeder believes that many residents will learn more about the County's early history. "There [are] just not a lot of early photos of Appomattox County, so just to get a look at some of these early people that were involved in the history of the County such as Samuel McDearmon'" McDearmon would play a pivotal role in the development of Clover Hill, which would later become Appomattox Court House. He'd also help establish Appomattox Station (later downtown Appomattox), building the Nebraska House that can still be seen on Church Street. "Just to get a look at this fellow," Schroeder said of McDearmon's photograph, "I don't think most people in the County have ever seen what Samuel McDearmon looks like, and he's the one largely responsible for creating Appomattox." Schroeder also notes that while a finished book may look like it came together naturally, a lot of work goes into a project like Appomattox County. "Towards the end when we had to have everything done, Scott and I worked on it for two days staying up most of the night, and sleeping on the floor. Just working through to get everything out on time." While it may not be unusual for an author to say that he wrote a book like Appomattox County for the people who live there, Schroede

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Appomattox County, formed in 1845 and named after the nearby river, was originally best known for growing tobacco. However, that dramatically changed in 1865 when Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House. In the 1930s, efforts began to commemorate Civil War events, and a national park was created. Each year, the county''s 14,000 residents host the 125,000 visitors who flock to the area to learn more about the county''s pivotal heritage. Boasting a unique history abundant with churches, notable citizens, and special events, this photograph collection shows the diverse and memorable history of Appomattox. Patrick A. Schroeder, Scott Frantel, Books, History, Appomattox County Books>History Appomattox County, formed in 1845 and named after the nearby river, was originally best known for growing tobacco. However, that dramatically changed in 1865 when Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House. In the 1930s, efforts began to commemorate Civil War events, and a national park was created. Each year, the county's 14,000 residents host the 125,000 visitors who flock to the area to learn more about the county's pivotal heritage. Boasting a unique history abundant with churches, notable citizens, and special events, this photograph collection shows the diverse and memorable history of Appomattox.

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Appomattox County, Virginia, boasts the most famous courthouse in America, but the site of General Robert E. Lee's 1865 surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant is also home to approximately 13,000 proud Virginians. This Images of America paperback tells the whole story of how a 41-square-mile county became so famous. Books Books ~~ History~~ United States ~~ State & Local ~~ South (AL AR FL GA KY LA MS NC SC TN VA WV) Appomattox-County-Virginia~~Patrick-A-Schroeder Arcadia Publishing SC Appomattox County, formed in 1845 and named after the nearby river, was originally best known for growing tobacco. However, that dramatically changed in 1865 when Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House. In the 1930s, efforts began to commemorate Civil War events, and a national park was created. Each year, the county's 14,000 residents host the 125,000 visitors who flock to the area to learn more about the county's pivotal heritage. Boasting a unique history abundant with churches, notable citizens, and special events, this photograph collection shows the diverse and memorable history of Appomattox.

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Schroeder, Patrick A.; Frantel, Scott

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Appomattox County

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0738567337

Appomattox County, formed in 1845 and named after the nearby river, was originally best known for growing tobacco. However, that dramatically changed in 1865 when Gen. Robert E. Lee surrendered to Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at the McLean House. In the 1930s, efforts began to commemorate Civil War events, and a national park was created. Each year, the county's 14,000 residents host the 125,000 visitors who flock to the area to learn more about the county's pivotal heritage. Boasting a unique history abundant with churches, notable citizens, and special events, this photograph collection shows the diverse and memorable history of Appomattox.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780738567334
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0738567337
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: ARCADIA PUB (SC)
127 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,386 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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