Happy New Year from the “To Appomattox” Fan Blog!

It’s hard to believe that 2013 is already upon us. 2012 seems to have just flown by. It was a good year for the blog, as we conducted several interviews with several historians involved in making “To Appomattox/Grant vs. Lee” the most authentic Civil War miniseries yet produced. We’ve also covered several aspects of the production so far, and announced some of the casting. News recently has been a little slow, as there has not been much to report. However, with 2013 upon us, we can promise you a busy year! Here’s some of what you can expect with the new year:

-Announcement of network/production company, as well as the projected airdate of the program;

-Articles covering other historical aspects of the series, including the battles, people and important political events of the war;

-Interviews with (hopefully) some of the cast and crew involved in the series;

-And much, much more!

The coming year promises to be busy and exciting, and we will have plenty of news to report in regards to the series. So, here is to the new year! Hope that everybody has a safe and happy 2013! God bless you all!

About Steven Hancock

I am an avid student of American and World History, with a particular interest in the American Civil War. I am currently a student at American Public University, working toward a Master's Degree in United States History. I am also a Civil War Reenactor, donning the uniform of the common Union and Confederate soldier at reenactments throughout the year.
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