Now, an iPhone ‘battle app’ for Chancellorsville
There’s nothing like seeing hallowed ground in the company of a good historian.
But for those times when an in-person interpreter is unavailable, or time is short, a second-best alternative has just hit the Web: the latest “battle app” created by the Civil War Trust and its Colorado technology partner, Neotreks....
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