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THE BATTLE OF STONES RIVER or BATTLE OF MURFREESBORO (Part I)

Union infantry reenactment (copyright: EPA).
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By Periklis Deligiannis
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(OK, I know that you are a little disappointed when I’m not posting on ancient and medieval topics, but as you have probably guessed Colonial Americas and the American Civil War are among my favorite topics. 1,357 more words

Rise of the paranoid South: How defending against “outsiders” brought the region together

My latest post is an article for Salon that explains why the American South continues to be exceptional in its own unique way.

The Civil War ended in 1865.

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Our Slaves Were Led Into Temptation: Confederate President Jefferson Davis' Lost Cause View of Black Emancipation and Enlistment


Confederate States of America President Jefferson Davis: Slaves were “decoyed with the magic word of ‘freedom.’”
Source: Wikipedia Commons

Jefferson Davis was the first and only President of the Confederate States of America. 1,357 more words

Civil War

PressTV: Beyond Ferguson: Time for a Black intifada? . . . what do you think? ~J

Protests turn violent in the aftermath of the decision by a Ferguson grand jury not to indict white police officer who killed black teenager Michael Brown. 1,925 more words

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Warmongering, Murdering Tyrant Abraham Lincoln: 7 Things They Didn’t Teach You in School | IF THE TRUTH BE KNOWN...BLOGGING BAD w/Gunny.G...

Related”…..By the time Lincoln and Greeley both left Congress in 1849, Lincoln had developed a close circle of friends which eventually included a batch of the socialist Forty-eighters, and they were working at turning the states of Missouri, Wisconsin, and Illinois into seething points of agitation. 212 more words

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Bloody Bill Breathes His Last

William T. Anderson, better known as Bloody Bill, was one of the deadliest and most brutal pro‑Confederate guerrilla leaders in the American Civil War. Anderson led a band that targeted Union loyalists and Federal soldiers in Missouri and Kansas. 337 more words

S. Thomas Summers