Archives: Civil War

Gettysburg: Seven Score and Ten Years Ago

Four score and seven years ago…when President Lincoln uttered those words in November of 1863, the battle of Gettysburg, and the 50,000 lives it cost, were fresh on the nation’s mind. This hour, we’ll get an intimate look at the people who weathered the largest battle in North American history, with first-hand accounts compiled in a new volume.

The Ewing Family of Ohio

In the midst of the bloody Civil War, one Ohio family stood at the center of the Northern debate over emancipation. The Ewings had a heavy hand in defending the soul of the Republican party and waging war on the South. This hour, we consider the saga of this Lancaster, Ohio family dynasty during this pivotal historic moment.

The Legacy of the Ohio Ewing Family During the American Civil War

In the midst of a bloody Civil War, one Ohio family stood at the center of the Northern debate over emancipation. The Ewing’s had a heavy hand in defending the soul of the Republican party and waging war on the South. This hour, we consider the saga of this Lancaster family dynasty during this pivotal historic moment.

The Impact of SB5; The Civil War Turns 150

Reporter Laura Bischoff discusses the economic and political impact of SB5; the causes and legacy of the Civil War, now 150 years old

A Conversation with Doris Kearns Goodwin; Bicyclists’ Rights

Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about about Abraham Lincoln’s leadership and Ohio’s contributions to the Civil War; and attorney Steve Magas will discuss the rights of bicyclists, driver education, and bicycle safety