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Civil War
00000174-b11b-ddc3-a1fc-bfdbb1a20000The Schreiner University Department of History is honoring the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War with a series of short vignettes focusing on events from 1861 through 1865. The Civil War was the most destructive conflict in American history, but it was also one of our most defining moments as a people and as a nation. Let us know what you think about "This Week in the Civil War." E-mail your comments to Dr. John Huddleston at jhuddles@schreiner.edu.Airs: Weekdays at 5:19 a.m., 8:19 a.m., 4:19 p.m. on KTXI and 4:49 a.m., 9:29 p.m. on KSTX.

This Week in the Civil War - #TY2

This is John Huddleston, the writer and creator of This Week in the Civil War. I want to thank the many professionals at Texas Public Radio for their kind 
support including Wayne Coble, Dan Skinner and especially my friend, Ruben Garcia for making me feel part of the Texas Public Radio family. and a big 
thank you from the bottom of my heart goes out to the many listeners of Texas Public Radio KTXI Kerrville-Fredericksburg-Ingram and KSTX San Antonio. The many emails of support I received over 
these last years from Texas Public Radio listeners have warmed my heart and convinced me that public radio is the most efficient and effective means of mass communication there is. As This Week in the Civil War comes to a conclusion, please know how much I've enjoyed exploring this pivotally important period of our national history with the listeners of Texas Public Radio. Once again, I thank you from the 
bottom of my heart.