Kendrick was born in Portsmouth, Virginia into a Coast Guard family, but his paternal family has been in York, Pennsylvania since before the American Revolution. He graduated from Shippensburg University with a degree in History and a minor in Business in 2015 and a Masters in Applied History from Shippensburg in 2016. He currently works as the Education and Program Specialist for the Hanover Tavern Foundation in Hanover, VA. He was previously employed at the Seminary Ridge Museum in Gettsyburg, PA and the Shippensburg Historical Society in Shippensburg, PA.
Kendrick's passion with Pennsylvania during the Civil War lies in the stories of the individual fighting man, where he was from, why he joined and what home was like. The social and political makeup of the regiments are also a related interest. Kendrick has a page on Facebook called "Keystoners in Union Blue." Follow for some related content!
Jake is currently the Director of Interpretation at the National Museum of Civil War Medicine and Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office. He is a 2015 graduate of Hood College, with degrees in history and communications arts. He has formerly worked with Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park, the Tourism Council of Frederick County, and the Heart of the Civil War Heritage Area.
He writes a blog, Wynning History, that focuses on the history and culture of Pennsylvania's Coal Region. He is a native of Williamstown, Pennsylvania and currently lives in Washington, DC.
Rich is a public historian based out of Western Pennsylvania’s Pittsburgh region. For nine years he has worked with a multitude of sites and organizations, including The Battle of Franklin Trust, Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall and Museum, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, and Flight 93 National Memorial.
Rich currently serves in the capacity of Park Ranger at Flight 93 National Memorial. He also writes for and operates Civil War Pittsburgh, which focuses on education and preservation regarding Western Pennsylvania’s role in the American Civil War.
Codie Eash serves as Operations Manager at Seminary Ridge Museum and Education Center in Gettysburg.
He is a 2014 graduate of Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania, where he earned a bachelor degree in communication/journalism and held a minor in history. Codie regularly lectures for National Park Service sites, historical societies, Civil War roundtables, and educational groups. Visit his website for a list of past and future events.
Codie has published articles and essays in local newspapers, regional magazines, and national history journals. In addition to being a founding contributor to Pennsylvania in the Civil War, he writes book reviews for Civil War Monitor magazine; serves as a co-host on Battles and Banter, a military history podcast; and maintains the Facebook page Codie Eash – Writer and Historian, which primarily focuses on the Civil War era.