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James Robertson Jr. and the late Randy Peacock

Civil War Story

When Ken Burns' teacher became his student

I didn't realize, when Ken Burns' Civil War series made its debut on PBS in 1990, that it would change my life. My husband, Randy Peacock, was ecstatic; Ken had been a student of his at Pioneer High School. He said: "The student has become a great teacher." Shortly thereafter, we embarked on our own Civil War journey, one that lasted more than two decades.

 
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