Paoli Battlefield group did a YouTube presentation - at least 3 of the 45 minutes - of my talk on the Rev War at the General Warren Inne. You can access it at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGnHIVhPasI&feature=youtu.be
Cecil Whig did a preview on a Bruce Mowday talk on Pickett's Charge. See http://www.cecildaily.com/features/misc_features/article_5c12738e-fc30-5316-aef7-18e46cf0db16.html.
C-SPAN aired show on Sunday, October 20 on talk by Bruce Mowday on Battle of Brandywine.
From a recent note: "I greatly enjoyed reading your very detailed account of Pickett's Charge from the Union perspective. I knew nothing of the heroics of Gen. Webb of the Philadelphia Brigade. Thank you for bringing me up to speed."
Recent E-mail comment concerning article Bruce wrote for the Philadelphia Inquirer: Mr. Mowday, I'm a freelance writer and sports lover in Columbus, Ohio. I wanted you to know that your recent column in the Inquirer is one of the absolute best articles dealing with the subject of character and ethics in sports that I've ever read. I'm now a big fan, and I'll try to pick up a couple of your books.
Recent E-mail comment concerning Battle of Brandywine book: "Dear Mr. Mowday, I have just put down your book, September 11..., having read it in two sittings, and I am compelled to congratulate you on writing such an inspired account of the battle, its contextual place within the political and social climate, and it's impact on the war. ... It is a rare find to read a book that organizes verified research within an intelligent narrative; it inspires my imagination and engenders an even deeper respect for the subject. Thank you for your effort, conviction, and talent. You have brought much happiness, satisfaction, and encouragement to my life. While that may sound a bit dramatic -- and it is -- it remains nonetheless true and I would be forever remiss to have not offered my appreciation."
Bruce was in New York City for a talk on the Battle of Brandywine on Thursday, August 15 at the historic Fraunces Tavern. C-SPAN recorded Bruce's talk.
Bruce's latest book, Pickett's Charge: The Untold Story has arrived and is avaialble for purchase. To see Bruce's talk at the National Steel Museum in Coatesville, go to http://3ctvlive.com/gs_mowday_lecture_5_2_13.cfm.
Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN) interviewed Bruce Mowday about his new book, Pickett's Charge: The Untold Story on July 3 at 3 p.m., live from Gettysburg's 150th anniversary celebration. Bruce took part in the 150th Anniversary of Gettysburg : with seven book signings on on July 1, 2 and 3 in Gettysburg. For Bruce's article in the Philadelphia Inquirer on Gettysburg, see http://articles.philly.com/2013-07-01/news/40288220_1_philadelphia-brigade-gettysburg-men-gettysburg-150-years
Celebrate The Book: A Central Pennsylvania Book Festival has contracted with Bruce to give a presentation on Getting Published on Saturday, October 19, 2013, at its festival at St. Patrick's Parh in Carlise. See
Main Line Suburban Life's Ray Hoffman wrote an excellent column on January 7, 2013, on Bruce's new book on Jim Herr. The column is reprinted on this website under the NEWS section.
Reporting The Revolution: Bruce Mowday contributed to the book that was named the top book in 2012 on the American Revolution. See the full story under the news section of this website.
Bruce Mowday named 2012 Grand Marshal of Coatesville Christmas Parade.
Chester County Library Honors Bruce Mowday by including his name on the Library Mural. From the cememony, "In the Fall of 2011 the Library held a contest of our patrons to help select the Author names that would go on the lobby mural. We received 180 responses and 27 Authors were selected, four of when were from Chester County."
Plantation Field: The Mowday Group handled local media relations for the event and received this comment: "I do not think that anyone in a couple of hundred miles of here did not know that the best event ever took place last weekend."
Arcadia Publishing has placed Bruce's Downingtown book in Cracker Barrell restaurant.
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