The National Park Service this month decided to launch an ACW Sesquicentennial site. Better late than never?
Would it be too cruel to characterize this as government-approved history?
I have a Sesquicentennial project of my own in mind. We all rent a bus, drive it to the Genessee Valley in New York, and free any remaining serfs working General James Wadsworth's estates.
People could relate to that better that re-enactments or authorial lectures.