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Welcome to CivilWarTraveler.com's multimedia resources. We've produced 27 podcasts so far; check out the latest one below; get complete details on the podcast page.

Please also visit Richmond Walking Tours, which includes audio for downloading, plus descriptions and images of Richmond's large number of significant Civil War sites all within walking distance of its Capital Square. You can read it on the Web, download it to your mp3 player, or print it out.

And there's more: Links to more on the Web and the Lee's Retreat Radio Driving Tour, captured here for your download.


NEW  African Americans in Civil War Petersburg (Virginia)

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This two-part podcast tour visits places associated with African Americans in the Petersburg, Virginia, area during the Civil War. The tour features stories about the lives and exploits of slaves, free blacks and the United States Colored Troops.
    The first 11-stop tour focuses on points of interest within the Petersburg National Battlefield.     The tour visits sites in City Point, the vast Union supply base and headquarters, the Eastern Front battlefields including "The Crater" and, finally, Poplar Grove National Cemetery.
The second 4-stop tour covers African-American stories in the city of Petersburg itself.

Use the Petersburg battlefield map below for tour stop locations. Pick up a copy of the official park map at the Petersburg National Battlefield or download a copy from www.civilwartraveler.com/maps/#nps for driving directions.

Part 1 – The Battlefield

11-stop walking/driving tour
Narration: Emmanuel Dabney, NPS
Introduction: Richard Lewis
Music: Battle Hymn of the Republic
Production: CivilWarTraveler.com
Playing time: 38:25 minutes
File size: 9.2MB

Part 2 – The City

Four-stop driving tour
Narration: Emmanuel Dabney, NPS
Introduction: Richard Lewis
Music: Battle Hymn of the Republic
Production: CivilWarTraveler.com
Playing time: 13.27 minutes
File size: 3.2MB


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