A Few Words About Us
Historyman is on the trail of our American history through a number of projects including the Historyman Podcast, Historyman blog, and Historyman Comics. These projects seek to illustrate and educate future generations about the challenges of the past, the hard-fought victories, and the visionary hopes of those who went before us. Perhaps, even, they speak volumes to our own experiences and attitudes of freedom in the present day. Join us as we walk in the footsteps of heroes and proclaim, Freedom Reigns!
Eric K. Barnes is an American Historiographer. Through his website, he memorializes history through various writing and audio projects including the blog, podcast, and comic book series.
A graduate of Gardner Webb University and a retired Detective Sergeant, he can be found walking battlefields and hallowed halls of history. Barnes has been a local columnist in the News Topic Newspaper in Lenoir, NC and The Standard Newspaper in Lexington, SC. His Historyman podcast is “The platform for historians, authors and museum directors to tell their stories of the American Revolution to the world”.
To date the podcast boasts an audience in all 50 States and over 40 countries. Currently the podcast has published over 80 episodes featuring topics ranging from the Battle of Camden with historian Rick Wise, Smallpox in the Revolutionary War with Dr. Tray Dunaway, and the Free-Black Patriots of Harlowe, NC with Bernard George. Each 20-30 minute episode is geared to Revolutionary War enthusiasts, especially those interested in the Southern Campaigns. The Historyman podcast can be found on iHeart Radio, Podbean, Spotify, Amazon Music, Audible, and Player FM.
Traveling the world by book or foot, you can find Eric walking in the footsteps of heroes and proclaiming, “Freedom Reigns!”