The Battle of Second Manassas
As part of its Of the Student, By the Student, For the Student® program, the Journey Through Hallowed Ground worked with sixth-grade students at the Stonewall Jackson Middle School in Manassas, Virginia to produce a series of videos related to the Battle of Second Manassas and the Civil War era. This award-winning service learning program offers students a full immersion in American history and heritage. Students find themselves onsite at the Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area, bringing the stories of those who came before them to life in videos that they write, produce, shoot, and edit under the guidance of JTHG professionals. The resulting mini-movies, or Vodcasts, offer a permanent record of the students’ personal experiences and interpretations.
For more on the Of the Student, By the Student, For the Student program please visit this page on the JTHG website.
Iron Brigade vs. Stonewall Brigade
Students look beyond troop numbers of these two units — considered to be the toughest in their respective armies — to tell the story of just two of these brave men. © 2012 Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership
Civil War Trust: Black Hat Brigade's Baptism of Fire
The Fifth New York Zouaves
The Zouaves, were an elite fighting unit who suffered the single greatest loss of life in any infantry regiment in the Civil War. At the Battle of Second Manassas, almost three-quarters of the unit was killed in just eight minutes. © 2012 Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership
Civil War Trust: Destruction of the 5th New York Zouaves
Jack Sterry, the Jessie Scout
Through the first-person account of a Confederate soldier in 1862, the students bring to life the story of a Union spy. © 2012 Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership
Amanda Virginia Edmonds
Students interpret how to overcome difficult circumstances through the use of a diary written in 1862. © 2012 Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership
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