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6914Re: Albert Castel on Sherman's Memoirs

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  • josepharose@yahoo.com
    Jul 31, 2001
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      Thank you very much for that link. I guess that even the
      professionals can have their tiffs.

      The first of Hirshon's two complaints about Castel's corrections
      sounds pretty minimal (concerning "The New-York Historical Society
      spell[ing] its name with a hyphen"). Even the second only has Castel
      doubting "that the conversation ever took place."

      Those hardly sound like major mistakes on Dr. Castel's part, and
      don't seem to smack of an anti-Sherman bias.

      But the reply to Castel's article on Sherman's Memoirs should prove
      interesting. We shall see how.


      From: CashG79@a...
      Date: Tue Jul 31, 2001 7:41 pm
      Subject: [civilwarwest] Re: Albert Castel on Sherman's Memoirs

      --- In civilwarwest@y..., "Robert Taubman" <rtaubman@h...> wrote:
      > Bash the Prophet? Horror of horrors!!
      > I found the article by Castel, but they want me to pay for it and
      with the US$ v
      > CAN$, that would cost me $20 Canadian!! (joking of course).
      I came across the following exchange in the Letters to the Editor
      from the December 1997 issue of Civil War Times:


      It deals directly with Dr. Castel, Sherman, and Dr. Marszalek, along
      with Dr. Stanley P. Hirshson, author of The White Tecumseh.

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