Jake Gabriele

Jake Gabriele

Jake Gabriele

Maroon & White Graduate Assistant


Bio

I am a PhD student from Westminster, Maryland. I study American History, specifically the Civil War and Civil War memory. My undergraduate thesis examined how Douglas Southall Freeman’s works shaped modern memory of Robert E. Lee.

Education

B.S., History, Shenandoah University, Winchester, Virginia (2018)

Academic Career

McCormick Civil War Institute, Miles Research Fellow (Summer 2018)

Publications

"'The Shenandoah Chanting Its Endless Requiem': A Roster of Cool Spring's Union Dead" co-authored with Victor Herrera, Jonathan A. Noyalas, Sarah Powell, and Shelby R. Shrader, Journal of the Shenandoah Valley During the Civil War Era, 3 (2020).

"'This Wicked Outrage Against the Sovereignty of Virginia': John Brown's Pikes, His Raid on Harpers Ferry, and its Impact on Winchester” in Jonathan A. Noyalas and Cissy Shull, eds., "A Prominent Place": Winchester's 275 Years in 50 Artifacts. Winchester, VA: Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, 2019.

"'He Lives by the New Testament and Fights by the Old': Stonewall Jackson and Winchester” in Jonathan A. Noyalas and Cissy Shull, eds., "A Prominent Place": Winchester's 275 Years in 50 Artifacts. Winchester, VA: Winchester-Frederick County Historical Society, 2019.

Honors & Awards

Bartley Award for History, Shenandoah University (2017-18)

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