Carson Hudson, historian and musician
Music could be found everywhere during the Civil War. It inspired and affected a generation of Americans in a way that has never really been repeated. Join historian Carson Hudson as he musically explores the tragic story of the time when America was at war with itself in the 1860s.
Carson Hudson is passionate about history. He holds a MA in Military History and a M.Ed. in Social Studies & Educational Technology. He is a practicing military and social historian, published author, folk musician, Emmy Award-winning screenwriter, and circus fire-eater. He lectures regularly on a wide variety of subjects, but his particular interests are the Civil War, military medicine, colonial witchcraft & piracy. In his spare time he likes to sleep.