Happy New Year, all!
The Picket's first report was Aug. 25, 2009. I am so thankful for the growing interest in the blog throughout the United States. We also have a couple loyal readers in France (merci!) and a few other nations. We look forward to unearthing more stories in 2011.
The Picket uses StatCounter and Google Analytics to get a profile of visitors.
According to Google, these are the most-read Picket stories in 2010 (some were posted in 2009).
Click on each to read the story:
1. Centennial map for the Battle of Atlanta
2. Excavations begin at site of little-known prison
3. Naval museum receives six cannon
4. Centennial map for the Battle of Peachtree Creek
5. His military miniatures stand tall
6. Lincoln conspirator's bonnet in museum
7. Centennial map for the Battle of Ezra Church
8. Handsewn flags are a labor of love
9. The Abraham Lincoln exhibit sponsored by the Library of Congress
10. Artillery shells found south of Atlanta
11. Oddity: Courthouse says it has first shot fired at Fort Sumter
12. Was Andersonville commandant a monster?
13. Kennesaw Mountain park conducts focus groups with African-Americans
14. Georgia working on plans to mark 150th anniversary
15. Surveying swampy remains of battle near Savannah
15. Honoring 44th U.S. Colored Troops