In the introduction of his book, “Whistling Dixie”, Anderson Scott has this amusing remark: “I approached the battleground in my Toyota Prius. I felt like a minnow in a sea of whale-sized dually pick-up trucks.” It was 2007 and Scott, a fine art photographer outside of his full-time lawyer practice, has come to photograph another reenactements of the Civil War. He would do that for three years, every other weekend. A Native of Alabama, Scott is not stranger to the South and its history. He grew up in Montgomery, Al., the city where the telegraph which would start the Civil War was sent out.
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